Holland America Honors Cruise Specialists

Courtesy of Holland America Line

On Wednesday, October 24, at Holland America Line’s Seattle headquarters, Cruise Specialists was honored for its work in selling the premium cruise line’s Grand World Voyages. Cruise Specialists — a North American world cruise travel agency — put its first hosted group on a Holland America Line Grand World Voyage in 1989, and 2019 marks the agency’s 30th hosted Grand World Voyage.

The next Cruise Specialists group will set sail aboard the Amsterdam in 2019 on its 113-day Grand World Voyage, and bookings for World Cruise number 31 in 2020 are already strong.

Holland America Line President Orlando Ashford; Joe Slattery, senior vice president, global marketing and sales; Eva Jenner, vice president, sales; and Gerald Bernhoft, director Mariner Society hosted the group to celebrate the longstanding partnership.

Senior vice president of Cruise Specialists Annie Scrivanich and her team, including Cruise Specialists cruise consultants LynnDee King, Bridgett Quinn, Teresa Skeim and Carol Terhune, who combined have more than 100 years of experience booking world cruises, celebrated at Holland America Line’s offices.

Cruise Specialists is an award-winning cruise and tour agency that arranges land and sea vacations for its clients. Cruise Specialists is part of Travel Leaders Leisure Group and has been sending clients on memorable world cruises, family reunion cruises, affinity group cruises, honeymoons and personal travel experiences since 1987. The agency has been recognized by a number of travel publications, including Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure as one of the top luxury travel agencies. Cruise Specialists is headquartered in Seattle, with an additional office in Novato, California.

For more information, visit https://www.hollandamerica.com/en_US.html

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