Un-Cruise Adventures Partners With Cruise Strategies

Un-Cruise Adventures, an adventure cruise line based in Seattle, Wash., threw out the welcome mat to Canadians and announced a new partnership today with Cruise Strategies for strategic sales and marketing support in Canada. 

Cruise Strategies’ sales and marketing team will provide their network of retail travel agencies throughout Canada with tools and sales support on Un-Cruise Adventures’ voyages. Support to travel agents will include public relations and communications, sales and product training, sales calls, webinars, promotional opportunities and cruise and client event presentations. 

“Cruise Strategies’ team has the industry knowledge and product expertise to make our uncommon adventures more visible and accessible in Canada.” said Tim Jacox, Un-Cruise Adventures’ EVP of sales and marketing. “We look forward to a long, productive partnership and hosting Canadian travelers in our near future.”

Un-Cruise Adventures’ four yachts, three expedition vessels and one turn-of-the-century replica coastal steamer carry 22-88 guests on Active, Luxury, Heritage and Charter Adventures. Destinations include Alaska, Hawaiian Islands, Mexico’s Sea of Cortés, Columbia and Snake Rivers, Coastal Washington and British Columbia. Some programs are exclusive to Un-Cruise Adventures such as the weeklong Hawaii inter-island exploration aboard the line’s 36-guest yacht.

“We are undeniably pleased with our new relationship with Un-Cruise Adventures,” said Vanessa Lee, president and CEO of Cruise Strategies. “Canadians by nature have a great interest and love for these destinations and the great outdoors. Our team is energized by the opportunity to present a high quality and intimate—yet undiscovered—adventure in the Canadian marketplace.”

For more information, visit www.un-cruise.com.

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