Travel Bound Adds Cruise Itinerary Builder for Wave Season

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Travel Bound has announced the launch of its new "Cruise Itinerary Builder" to help agents boost sales during Wave Season

The mobile-friendly “Cruise Itinerary Builder,” already used by more than 1,200 agents in the first week of its launch, offers top-selling hotels in key port cities, sightseeing tours, suggested experiences and transfers, all of which are fully commissionable.

Agents can seamlessly create a pre- or post-cruise itinerary using the "Cruise Itinerary Builder" to share with clients. 

The tool features popular European and Asian port cities for river cruising, cruise ship departures across Europe, and domestic port cities such as Miami and Vancouver

The “Cruise Itinerary Builder” can be accessed at booktravelbound.cruises.

Travel Bound is also offering a new tool for agents with groups of 10 or more passengers. The Wave Season Navigator digital booklet features suggested group experiences based on travel styles, private pre-packaged tours for pre- and post-cruise stays, and samples of shore excursions in North America, Europe, and Asia. The pre-packaged tours offer net pricing, and can be booked directly online through the booklet. Agents can also request a customizable version of the booklet, which they can brand and share with their own clients.

The Wave Season Navigator can be viewed at: http://booktravelbound.net/groups/cruise-booklet.html

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