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Cruise Croatia revamps website due to rise in visitors

The site offers information on cruises from Split and Dubrovnik
A 60% uplift in visitors to in 2022, compared to the previous year, has prompted the company to give the website a makeover with a dedicated area for the travel trade.

The site, intended to convey a more premium feel, offers information on Cruise Croatia’s array of vessels sailing from Split and Dubrovnik.

Travel trade in mind

The trade hub includes a streamlined quote process and added functionality, allowing agents to add multiple cabins for groups and optional land-stay extensions. 

Remarked Graham Carter, co-founder and commercial director at Cruise Croatia, said, ‘We’re thrilled with the look and feel of our new website. Not only does it look great, it also provides our agent partners with an effortless way to plan and book their next Croatian getaway.’

He added, ‘We understand that online research is a critical part of choosing a holiday and at Cruise Croatia we are committed to providing our agents with the best possible experience.  The website ensures our online offering matches the first-class, personalised service we deliver in every other aspect of our business.’ 

More to come

According to Carter, the dedicated travel agent area is one of many new trade initiatives that Cruise Croatia will be rolling out in the coming months.