eWaterways announces partnership with Travel Bureau

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A new partnership with Travel Bureau will allow eWaterways?to offer inclusive cruise packages.

The deal will see the two companies working together to help with the ‘increasing demand’ from the trade and public.

It will allow eWaterways to offer fully inclusive cruise packages, alongside its existing cruise-only itineraries, by utilising Travel Bureau’s existing Atol bonding licenses and operational experience.

The deal will also increase customer sales support with extended late night and weekend enquiry lines – open 9am to 8pm week days and 10am to 4pm at weekends.

Daniela Wagner, eWaterways chief executive, said: “We have been looking to expand our reach in the UK for some time and are really excited to be working with the dynamic and visonary team at Travel Bureau.

“Their experience and established distribution network will help us to enrich our offer and take eWaterways to the next level.”

Jeanne Lally, commerical director at Travel Bureau, said: “We’ve been watching the growth of small ship cruising closely and are convinced that this niche cruise market offers long term financially sustainable growth.

“eWaterways has already succesfully built up a wealth of knowledge and extensive network of cruise partners, that Travel Bureau are delighted to now be able to tap into and support. The deal will allow us to further broaden our cruise expertise and increase our existing cruis