Photo Tour: Cruise Planners Opens New Home Office in Florida

Cruise Planners held a ribbon-cutting ceremony this Tuesday for its new Home Office in Coral Springs, FL. In addition to Cruise Planner’s upper management, the event was attended by representatives from a host of its travel industry partners, including Royal Caribbean International, Virgin Voyages, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Silversea, Viking Cruises and Holland America Line.

The new workspace will fit the company’s entire 120-person Home Office team all on one floor, with room for more as the company grows. With the new office, the company has taken the opportunity to introduce several eco-friendly measures, including motion sensor lights and refillable water stations.

The office’s own café doubles as a dining space and, with retractable walls that can extend from the executive board room to the Think Tank, a large gathering area where the whole company can meet at once. For smaller team meetings, the office also offers an assortment of collaborative spaces and group "huddle" rooms.

From its walls to its furniture, Cruise Planners’ new home has been decked out with pops of "CP Green." Playful sayings and artwork decorate the walls around the office. In the Business Development Department, where employees educate franchise owners on the latest in the business, one wall features a range of inspirational mantras interlocked to form a unique mural.

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