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Norwegian Cruise Line unveils new travel agent portal

A new trade portal has been launched by Norwegian Cruise Line to help travel agents “learn, market and sell NCL holidays more easily and seamlessly”.

Norwegian Central includes access to NCL’s agent booking engine Seaweb, as well as the line’s training platform, known as NCL University.

The hub provides refreshed course content, new achievement levels and a reduced rate programme that allows agents to book reduced cruises for module course completion.

In addition, agents can access the Marketing Headquarters hub, giving them the opportunity to create marketing materials such as flyers, banners, videos and more.

Norwegian Cruise Line UK & Ireland and MEA vice-president and MD Eamonn Ferrin said: “In line with our Partners First Philosophy, it has been our utmost priority this year to provide our valued travel agent partners with the support they need, and we will continue to build on this going forward.

“We see a great demand for NCL cruises, especially for 2021, 2022 and 2023, and we are increasing our efforts to ensure we equip agents with the best tools possible to help them capitalise on this opportunity.

“We are excited to launch Norwegian Central, which brings all our key tools together in one convenient place and look forward to introducing further initiatives very soon.”

Commenting on the launch, Cruise Circle product manager Mark Godden added: “Norwegian Central is a great tool – there’s relevant content for everyone within our business, be it marketing, sales, customer care or product teams.

“I can’t think of another cruise line tool that offers access to such a wide range of clearly marked, easy to find information.

“This, combined with the recent launch of NCL Air, is yet another reinforcement of NCL’s readiness to innovate in all aspects of its business.”

Norwegian Central is available on Agents can also login with their Seaweb credentials or email [email protected] to register.

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