Cruise West, Join Forces

cruisewest has added Cruise West to its list of preferred suppliers, welcoming the small-ship cruising specialists that have been around for more than 25 years. The new partnership provides members enhanced commissions of up to 15 percent, bonus incentives, exclusive special offers and professional recognition as a leader in their field.

“As more clients seek both the convenience and value of a cruise ship, as well as an intimate encounter with their destination, our members will now be able to attain in-depth training as well as enhanced commissions from Cruise West to meet this request,” said Steve Tracas,’s president and CEO.

A second-generation, family-owned company primarily focused on Alaska, Cruise West has expanded its destinations to include the Bering Sea, Japan, Panama Canal and Costa Rica, British Columbia, Mexico’s Sea of Cortes, the Galapagos Islands, Antarctica and more. Holding only 78-138 guests, their smaller ships reach remote locales not accessible to larger cruise ships.

“ members will quickly realize that small-ship clients are loyal to both the experience and the travel agent who sells it to them,” added Dietmar R. Wertanzl, president and CEO of Cruise West. members can visit to learn more about Cruise West incentives. All other agents can visit for more information on all the benefits offers.

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