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Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has launched a new user-friendly website following months of research. The site features a complete re-design and improvements include the addition of UK departure port to a ‘Quick Search’ facility in response to the findings that, after destination, the departure port is the second most important factor in selecting a cruise.


The improved search function also means that it is now easier for agents to check availability, prices and special offers.
A selection of new images are also available to view from across the line’s fleet, along with more details on cabins and facilities.
The site also features a dedicated Travel Agent Centre, where agents can log on and find out agent-specific information and training modules developed in conjunction with the Association of Cruise Experts (ACE).

 


For details see www.fredolsencruises.com

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