Cruise and Maritime Voyages Unveils New Website

Cruise and Maritime Voyages has unveiled the new look of its website at www.CruiseAndMaritime.com that includes enhanced features – as  well as new functionality that makes booking cruises online easier. 

The new Cruiseandmaritime.com is a powerful resource for travel agents and their clients, CMV says.  It enables agents and travelers to search for and book the line’s entire range of cruise programs – all online and in a secure environment. 

Additionally, when travel agents book online, they have access to agent only offers, specials and “Agent-Friendly Pricing” – which offers agents commission on the entire price a client pays for their cruise (no non-commissionable portions in rates). CMV says this is a differentiating factor that has been well received as part of our travel agent partner program.

With its user-friendly interface, which is accessible 24 hours a day and the ability to book online; track bookings and commissions; print travel documents; as well as select cabins in real time, the new CruiseandMartime.com enables travel agents to make more money in less time, CMV says.

Some of the enhancements and new functions include:
    •    Cruise booking engine for all Cruise and Maritime Voyages cruises
    •    Cruise and Maritime TV – showcasing 80+ video footage of each cruise program
    •    User-friendly Navigation
    •    Access to Special Offers and last-minute deals
    •    Ability to select cabins in real-time

Travel agents can register for free to become a Cruise and Maritime Voyages Partner.

Visit www.CruiseandMaritime.com.

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