Royal Caribbean Enhances Online Capabilities For Travel Agents

Royal Caribbean International has unveiled new online tools and programs aimed at helping travel agents drive more business. The cruise line has enhanced its agent web site with new features giving agents the ability to personalize the interactive cruise planner tool, be alerted to the latest specials and cruise updates and create Royal Caribbean e-quotes more easily. A new viral component of the recently announced Next Cruise program will enable travel agents to offer clients even more incentive to cruise, by adding ways to receive more onboard ship credits. Lisa Bauer, RCCL's senior vice president of sales, said the new programs and upgraded online agent portal would make it simpler for agents to market, sell and grow their business. Visit [www.cruisingpower.com].

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