Wrap Up: CruiseOne, Cruises Inc. Conference on Norwegian Epic

Whether you are a home-based agent, a cruise agent, or not, the CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. annual conference, which take place on the new Norwegian Epic, was rife with industry trends and insight that can aid travel professionals in selling cruise vacations to their clients. Fortunately for those who were unable to attend, our own Susan J. Young was on hand to fill us in on what was discussed, and more.

In part one of her coverage, she reported on Dwain Wall's opening address in addition to a presentation by Norwegian Cruise Line Executive Vice President Andy Stuart.

For her follow-up coverage, Young shares the dialogue between cruise industry executives and travel agents that took place as the executive panel discusssed everything from booking trends to how agents can better sell cruise vacations.

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