Ya'lla Tours Protects Clients from Cruise Surcharge

The bad news: Louis Cruise Lines, the cruise line that Ya'lla Tours USA uses for their cruises in Greece, announced that they are adding a fuel surcharge to new bookings in 2010.

The good news: Ya'lla will cover the fee so clients don't have to.

"It's only right to do this for our customers," said Ya'lla Tours USA President, Ronen Paldi. 'They have come to expect quality and personalized service from us. This in keeping with our strict belief in providing both of those standards."

The surcharge will apply to bookings made after May 20 for cruises departing after July 1. It does not apply for cruises already booked.

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