Paul Gauguin Eliminates Non-Commissionable Cruise Fares for 2010

Paul Gauguin Cruises today announced that the company has eliminated Non-Commissionable Cruise Fares for 2010 bookings aboard the m/s Paul Gauguin as part of its ongoing commitment to support Professional Travel Agents. The new, comprehensive structure promises to make the line’s already attractive all-inclusive pricing and commissions on the multi-award-winning ship even more appealing.

“We are very pleased to reinforce our commitment to Professional Travel Agents and remain entirely dedicated to their success in 2010,” said David A. Giersdorf, President and CEO of Paul Gauguin Cruises. “Our all-inclusive luxury cruise fares already provide some of the highest-commission earnings per sale in the cruise industry, and our 2010 cruise pricing now includes most port, handling and security charges as commissionable components of the cruise price. “

As part of the new structure, Paul Gauguin will offer a comprehensive support program to Professional Travel Agents and Travel Distributors around the world. All current 2009 commission agreements and levels will be automatically honored for 2010 reservations, including those through National Accounts, Consortiums and Independent Agreements.

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