SNG Expands Special Needs Content With Royal Caribbean Ships

quantum of the seasTravel agents serving the special needs market will benefit from Special Needs Group (SNG) report that comprehensive access/special needs content for the Royal Caribbean International fleet is now available and on the SNG web portal

“We hope to have to have all ships serving the North American Travel Agent Distribution System loaded on our site by the end of the year. We are working closely with the lines’ Access Departments to insure content integrity, " says SNG President and CEO Andrew Garnett

"When completed, it will represent the most robust, singular content source for accessible and special needs content for sellers of cruises. All individual ship features, services that are meaningful and essential to this Client segment are listed in a user-friendly format,” Garnett said.

“We have fleets of Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises slated for release dates of July 22 and 29th, respectively. Additional Cruise Line release dates will be announced in early August,” Garnett said.

SNG also reports it celebrated an Accessible Travel Milestone as the 1250th SNG Certified Accessible Travel Advocate was recorded. The program, launched in November of 2011 has attracted a growing audience of North American travel professionals.  



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