Niche Cruise Marketing Alliance Adds 14th Member

American Canadian Caribbean Line has joined the Niche Cruise Marketing Alliance as its 14th member line. The NCMA's purpose is to raise the profile of niche cruise lines by educating travel agents on the benefits of specialty cruise products through seminars, trade shows and other educational programs. American Canadian Caribbean Line has a fleet of two 100-passenger ships and offers cruises to the Great Lakes, U.S. canals and rivers, U.S. Intracoastal and bay waterways, the northeast and Canadian maritime provinces, the Caribbean islands and Central America. Additionally, NCMA's web site has been redesigned to allow consumers in North America to locate certified niche cruise specialists by zip code, postal code or city. Visit [www.nichecruise.com].

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