It's time to step it up

Archer, Jane
February 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);2/27/2009, p21
Trade Publication
The article reports that despite current recession, a large amont of money is being ploughed into new and upgraded cruise training schemes. The aim is to ensure travel agents know and understand the difference between the cruiselines and ships. This month, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has relaunched its revamped Cruising for Excellence programme, while Windstar LLC has just launched its first online learning programme through the Association of Cruise Experts' elite training academy.


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