NEST Hosts Top Agents on AmaKristina

(Photo by NEST)

The Network of Entrepreneurs Selling Travel (NEST) celebrated their top-producing members with a European river cruise that returned Wednesday, November 13. NEST’s annual Elite Retreat recognized the organization’s most prolific advisors with an eight-day sailing from Basel to Amsterdam aboard AmaWaterways’ AmaKristina.
AmaKristina accommodates 156 guests and sails along Rhine River between Amsterdam and Basel. Boasting spacious staterooms with signature twin-balconies, the ship also offers three dining venues including The Chef’s Table – an intimate dining experience with a multi-course tasting menu paired with hand-selected regional wines all at no additional cost.  Other features include a comfortable sundeck with running track; heated pool and swim-up bar; convenient elevator with enhanced access to the lower deck and expanded fitness center; hair salon and spa; free Wi-Fi throughout the ship; in-room Entertainment-On-Demand system; and complimentary beer and fine wine with lunch and dinner.
Founded in 2004, The Network of Entrepreneurs Selling Travel (NEST) is a marketing group exclusively for home-based travel advisors, with solutions including supplier negotiations, marketing, education, networking and technology. NEST is part of American Marketing Group, Inc. (AMG)

NEST recently expanded its portfolio of preferred suppliers for this year. New for 2019 are American waterways exploration group American Queen Steamboat Company, river cruise company AmaWaterways, international tour operator Goway Travel, small-ship cruise company Victory Cruise Lines, private guided tour company Buffalo Tours and the India-focused Trail Blazer Tours.

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