Cunard adds more travel agent ship visits

Cunard adds more travel agent ship visits

Friday, 14 Jun, 2024 0

Cunard has announced more opportunities for travel agent partners to join one-day ship visits in Southampton.

Between October and December, the cruise line will offer an additional 120 agents the chance to experience Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, or its newest ship Queen Anne.

Registrations are now open for the travel agent ship visits.

They include a guided tour of suites, staterooms and venues, a three-course lunch with wine in the Britannia restaurant, and free time to explore the ship.

Agents can register for a place via the Shine Rewards Club platform, Cunard’s agent loyalty programme.

The full ship visit programme is now as follows:

July 26, Greenock, Queen Anne

August 16, Southampton Queen Mary 2

September 5, Greenock, Queen Mary 2

September 6, Liverpool, Queen Mary 2

September 8, Southampton, Queen Anne

October 15, Southampton, Queen Anne

October 21, Southampton, Queen Victoria

November 13, Southampton, Queen Mary 2

December 5, Southampton, Queen Victoria

In addition, Cunard is hosting an exclusive ship visit later this year.

On 22 September, Cunard will invite 60 Hays travel agents aboard Queen Anne in Southampton.

David Jones, VP of Global Marketing & UK/EMEA Sales at Cunard, said: “Our 2024 ship visit programme shows we are committed to working with the trade even more closely this year.”

“We know that the best way to support our agents in selling Cunard is by offering them the opportunity to experience our Queens first-hand.”

During May’s CLIA Conference in Southampton, 185 agents were given the opportunity to explore the wellness, dining and entertainment options on board Cunard’s new ship Queen Anne.

Travel agent registration is open via Shine Rewards Club

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