Seattle, WA (January 15, 2020) – Hurtigruten, the world’s leading expedition cruise line, has today unveiled the newly developed Hurtigruten Agent Portal. The portal is the latest in the line’s continued commitment to promoting travel professional engagement and success, providing agents a seamless experience when working with Hurtigruten.
In addition to the new portal, Hurtigruten has announced its new Revelex integration, allowing current agent users to now access all Hurtigruten product offerings within their existing system. With both new developments, Hurtigruten welcomes agents the chance to “step into the future” with industry-leading, streamlined and efficient tools to manage all sales activities.
“The development of this state-of-the-art portal and Revelex system integration has been a significant passion point for us over the past year,” said John Downey, president of Hurtigruten Americas. “The travel agent community is truly the foundation of our business, and with these two new enhancements, we aim to provide agents a robust resource for learning, planning, booking and promoting all of the wonderful experiences Hurtigruten has to offer their clients.”
The new Hurtigruten agent portal serves as the line’s single location for all travel agent engagement, where users can access key brand and sales promotion information, utilize the marketing material resources bank for customizable templates, and manage all itinerary planning and bookings in one location.
The Hurtigruten Agent Portal also features user-friendly navigation panes, convenient cruise locator functions and more. Agents who register with the new Hurtigruten Agent Portal and make an online booking are eligible for a $100 agent booking incentive now through January 31, 2020.
Several new features and added resources will be rolled out within the Hurtigruten Agent Portal over the coming year.
To learn more about Hurtigruten and the new Hurtigruten Agent Portal, visit agentportal.hurtigruten.com.
Hurtigruten is the world leader in exploration travel. As the largest cruise operator in polar waters, and with 126 years of know-how, they offer immersive experiences to some of the world’s most pristine and remote destinations, including Antarctica, Alaska, Arctic Canada and the Northwest Passage, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Svalbard, and more. Hurtigruten’s fleet consists of 14 expedition ships, custom built for adventure travel. In addition, two new groundbreaking ships will be delivered: MS Fridtjof Nansen in 2020, and a second new build in 2021. These will be the most advanced and environmentally friendly expedition vessels at sea, as well as the world’s first hybrid electric-powered cruise ships. Hurtigruten is an industry leader in sustainability, with a deep commitment to improving the marine environments they call home.
For more information, visit www.hurtigruten.com.
Holly Winter, Hill & Knowlton Strategies