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Atlas dangles 17% pay with no NCFs for new Egypt, Greek Isles cruises

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The bonus pay is to 'recognize our valued travel advisor partners who have supported us through our deployment transition,' Carlos Garzon said
Atlas Ocean Voyages is paying 17% commission, with no noncommissionable fares, for a limited time on its newly announced Egypt and Greek Isles cruises.

This applies for all new bookings made between June 24 and July 9 aboard World Navigator’s nine- to 13-night voyages departing Aug. 4, Aug. 13, Aug. 20, Aug. 27, Sept. 6,and Oct. 4.

Free business class air or up to $7,000 off per couple

To help travel advisors entice their clients, Atlas is also offering a choice of free business class, round-trip air travel or up to $7,000 savings per suite or stateroom. Information: www.AtlasOceanVoyages.com/PartnerOffers.

'This bonus commission is to recognize our valued travel advisor partners who have supported us through our deployment transition,' said Carlos Garzon, SVP business development for Atlas Ocean Voyages. 'And Atlas makes it easy for travel advisors to do business with us because we are an all-inclusive, luxury product, don’t have NCFs and we pay commission on the air portion of the cruise fare.'

The 9,930gt World Navigator is set to debut in Piraeus for its Aug. 4 inaugural voyage. 

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