Smart phones, tablets and the like have for long been tools of how to find information easy and fast. Now the cruise network Cruise Baltic has made some new digital offers that should support both travel agents and crew members.
Cruise Baltic ports and destinations stand together in the aim to create a green and sustainable cruise experience in the Baltic Sea. That was one of the results of the Cruise Baltic summit recently held in Kalmar in Sweden.
Princess Cruises guests aboard Regal Princess sailing to Scandinavia and Russia this summer now have the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the destinations with an impressive line-up of speakers who will come aboard overnight to share their personal stories, local expertise and passion for the places they call home.
Cruise Baltic partners boarded Costa Cruises’ Costa Luminosa this week for the cruise group’s first meeting at sea. Founded in 2004, Cruise Baltic is a network of 29 cruise destinations in the Baltic Sea that span 10 countries. (travelagentcentral.com)
At Seatrade Cruise Global network Cruise Baltic announced that the recipient of the ‘2016 Cruise Baltic Crown Award’ is Bruce Krumrine, Vice President of Shore Excursions and Asia Port Operations for Holland America Group. (cruisebusiness.com)
Princess Cruises announced today an unprecedented destination initiative that combines the cruise line’s deep destination expertise with a groundbreaking collaboration with local experts in key regional cruise destinations.
Soon after Princess Cruises had unveiled a partnership with MedCruise, the Los Angeles based company has entered in a similar agreement with Cruise Baltic to develop its business in that region. (cruisebusiness.com)
Passengers visiting Riga show an average level of awareness of 6.43 when it comes to what’s on offer prior to arriving. This provides the port and city with scope to improve, particularly when it comes to those arriving from the US and Canada.