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RSSC travel partner programme launched in Australasia

Lisa Pile said many more initiatives will be rolled out this year
Regent Seven Seas Cruises launched its new travel partner programme, Regent Elevate, in Australia and New Zealand.

The programme is designed to give agents 'Elevated Insights, Elevated Support and Elevated Growth.'

Three degrees

The launch includes new undergraduate, bachelor and master graduate degrees from RSSC University, with Cruise Lines International Association Australasia accreditation and A$100 gift cards.

Travel partners will be awarded up to 20 CLIA accreditation points when they complete the three degrees. There are A$100 gift cards for completing two of the three.

Elevated Insights covers comprehensive luxury cruise market training and access to leading market research.


Elevated Support equips travel partners with best-in-class sales and marketing tools and a user-friendly online marketing asset portal, Marketing Central.

Marketing Central has luxury hotel comparisons to help agents showcase the Regent value to their clients.


Elevated Growth acknowledges that when travel partners thrive, Regent thrives.

The company has incredible incentives and promotional deals for experienced travel partners, as well as those just getting started, with the opportunity to earn some of the most competitive commissions in the industry.

‘We are providing more training, support and incentives, with the desire to assist our travel partners to grow their luxury cruise business and ensure that they continue to thrive in an ever-evolving travel landscape, while delivering exceptional value to clients,’ VP Sales & GM Asia Pacific Lisa Pile said.

Just the beginning

‘This is only the beginning — we have many more compelling Regent Elevate initiatives to be rolled out in 2024,’ Pile said.