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Cruise Baltic & Cruise Norway update Itinerary Planner tool

Itinerary Planner works by aiding cruise lines in creating a draft of preferred itineraries, offering checks on availability and allowing lines to avoid congestion
Cruise Baltic and Cruise Norway, which collectively launched the Itineray Planner tool last year, have made updates to the platform intended to reflect the current situation in both regions, making planning sailings simpler.

Itinerary Planner is a tool that makes it possible for cruise lines to create a draft of their preferred itinerary, check availability and avoid congestion.


Explained Claus Bødker, director, Cruise Baltic, ‘In uncertain times plans change, and this is why our collaboration with Cruise Norway and our joint work with the Itinerary Planner are so important.

‘With the update of the Itinerary Planner we hope to make it as convenient as possible not only to plan itineraries but also to change them if necessary.'

Inge Tangerås, MD, Cruise Norway similarly explained, ‘The Itinerary Planner makes it easier for cruise lines to be agile in their itinerary planning, and in times like these, all of us need the ability to adapt to the ever changing circumstances that we live in.

‘With the Itinerary Planner, we hope to provide the cruise lines with an easy overview of current bookings in the ports of Norway and the Baltic Sea region.’ 



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