Travel Advisors Find Already-Complex Cruise Bookings Are Getting Even Harder

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Pictured is the $1.35 billion Symphony of the Seas on its maiden voyage in April 2018. With so many non-commissionable parts of a cruise booking, it is becoming increasingly difficult for travel advisors to make money from cruises. Daniel Perez Garcia-Santos / Getty Images

Skift Take: This might be the best time in history for travel advisors to sell cruises, but it’s also the most complex. Those who take time to know the growing array of cruise choices and focus on the high end of the market are the most likely to succeed.

— Maria Lenhart

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