Staying in Touch / February 2017 Issue
Cruise News & Industry Updates
 
 

Joyce Landry & Jo Kling with cruise line execs at 3rd anniversary NYCAn Anniversary Blast from the Past

Anniversaries lure us down memory lane, so here's a blast from the past:

A 1985 photo of Landry & Kling's 3rd-anniversary party in our NYC office on Madison Ave where we got our start. Cruise line partners included Rick Williams, (left) president of Ocean Cruise Line (we operated our first full ship charter on their Ocean Islander that year); and Ralph Bahna, president of Cunard Line. Joyce Landry and Jo Kling join them to cut the cake shaped like Cunard Sagafjord.
Stay tuned as we make preparations for a splendid 35th Anniversary celebration this year! 


 

Yacht Charter vs. Cruise Ship: Infographic

We love cruise ships of all types and sizes - and so do our clients. But here’s a secret: Big cruise ships are not the only choice for corporate planners. Check out a fun & informative infographic from The Moorings to see how a yacht compares to a cruise ship and what your budget will buy. (Groups of  up to 100 can be accommodated on 10 twin yachts.)

 Download Yacht vs Charter

 


 

Value-Priced! 3 & 4-Night Premium Cruises

We just learned about two premium 3 & 4-night cruises to the Bahamas in late 2017 that are perfect for incentives, and here’s the kicker: These two cruises on Nieuw Amsterdam are value-priced for corporate groups and ship charters!

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Drive-To Meetings on Norwegian Bliss

Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship is an exciting venue for drive-to meetings and incentive travel programs with an added bonus: it transports your people to extraordinary destinations, including a rare 5-night Pacific Coastal cruise with an overnight in Vancouver BC.

Learn more about Norwegian Bliss

 

 


 

New Cruise Ship Technology Making Waves 

New cruise ship technology is about to deliver an unprecedented level of personalized passenger service. The Ocean Medallion is the size of a quarter and can be worn in a variety of ways: as a wristband, pendant, clip or even in your pocket. It’s said to be “the world’s first interactive guest experience platform”.

More about Medallion Class cruises