Cruise news: For agents, as good as it gets could get better

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CRUISE
May 2, 2017
For agents, as good as it gets could get better
A modest increase in inflation, one that wouldn’t overheat and damage the economy, would be one way that a good situation could get better for travel agents.
Online Vacation Center agent wins $1 million in Viking Cruises sweepstakes
Marie White will receive 10 annual payments of $100,000 over the next 10 years.
With Norwegian Joy, NCL races to China
“Norwegian Joy’s delivery is an exciting milestone for us, signifying our official entry into the Chinese cruise market," said Andy Stuart, president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line.
Royal Caribbean building another ship for Asia deployment
The first of the line’s Quantum Ultra vessels will go to Asia.
Malala Yousafzai named Celebrity Edge godmother
The 19-year-old Pakistani woman received the Nobel Peace Prize for her advocacy of girls’ education.
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As oil and gas taxes evaporate, Alaska slashes tourism funding
Cruise lines are digging in for a prolonged slump in the number of marketing dollars available to promote one of their highest-yielding destinations.
Reality Check: Which door: Agent, consultant or adviser?
By Richard Turen
Any serious analysis of the growth of our industry, or our potential for growth, is hampered by the fact that we all call ourselves something different.
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