CruCon Cruise Outlet Partners With HSN

Cruise ships docked in St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands
The agreement will cover cruise deals from multiple major lines. // Photo by sorincolac/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

New Hampshire-based CruCon Cruise Outlet has announced a partnership with entertainment and lifestyle retailer, HSN, to offer customers exclusive deals across 17 major cruise lines.

“This joint venture will mark the first time HSN has partnered with a travel agency to focus on cruises. We know cruises are the vacation of choice for many of our customers,” said Sean Bunner, VP new business development, HSN, in a written release.

The partnership includes exclusive deals across almost every major cruise line, with worldwide itineraries from the Caribbean to Europe and more. CruCon Cruise Outlet, which has been in operation for more than 20 years, will work directly with clients to book their cruise by hand selecting offers based on their interests and desired cruise experience. The partnership includes on-air appearances by Sandy Cleary, founder of CruCon Cruise Outlet, starting January 4, 2018, broadcasting to over 90 million households.

“This is a great opportunity to introduce even more vacationers to the value of a cruise vacation as well as the importance of using the expertise of a travel agent in that process,” said Cleary.

To view some of the exclusive offerings, visit

CruCon Cruise Outlet is a full-service North American cruise travel agency sending over 100,000 people on cruise vacations each year. It is based in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire.

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