CroisiEurope Partners with Revelex For Bookings on Power Agent Platform

CroisiEurope has inked a distribution agreement with Revelex. Starting in the fourth quarter, the river cruise line's global inventory will be available for sale via the Revelex Power Agent Platform.

“As Europe’s largest river cruise line, we offer more ways to see the world by river, canal and ocean cruises from four nights or more and we are thrilled to be partnering with Revelex and introducing these itineraries to its North American agents,” said Nicola Iannone, executive vice president of USA and Canada.


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CroisiEurope entered the North American market last October with the opening of a call center in New York and a dedicated commercial team. Since then, the line, which is headquartered in Strasbourg, France, has introduced four new barges sailing along the canals of France.

It's also acquired Compagnie Fluviale du Mékong, now CFM by CroisiEurope, and is expanding that fleet to four colonial-style boats along the Mekong. 

In 2015, CroisiEurope will launch three new ships including the Loire River’s first overnight cruise ship, the Loire Princesse, which has 30 staterooms with balconies and a low draft, allowing it to navigate shallow waters. 

"We are pleased to have partnered with CroisiEurope," said David Goodis, CEO, Revelex Corporation. "The addition of this leading European river cruise line to our solution will enhance our global offering to the travel agency community and their clients."

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