The Itinerary Planner gives cruise lines an overview of bookings in the Baltic Sea region and Norway
Cruise associations Cruise Baltic and Cruise Norway have released the latest version of their joint Itinerary Planner tool, updated with new bookings in the Baltic Sea region and Norway.
The Itinerary Planner is a planning tool that makes it possible for cruise lines to create a draft of the preferred itinerary, check availability of berths and avoid congestion. Most ports in the Baltic Sea region and Norway are included in the Itinerary Planner, and ports with no availability will be displayed as “fully booked”.
“In uncertain times plans change, and this is why our collaboration with Cruise Norway and our joint work with the Itinerary Planner are so important,” said Claus Bødker, director of Cruise Baltic. “With the update of the Itinerary Planner we hope to make it as convenient as possible not only to plan itineraries but also to change them if necessary.”
Since its launch last year, Cruise Baltic and Cruise Norway have reviewed the Itinerary Planner to improve the planning tool, making it easier to include ports in Norway and the Baltic Sea region in the itinerary.
“The Itinerary Planner makes it easier for cruise lines to be agile in their itinerary planning, and in times like these, all of us need the ability to adapt to the ever-changing circumstances that we live in,” said Inge Tangerås, managing director of Cruise Norway. “With the Itinerary Planner, we hope to provide the cruise lines with an easy overview of current bookings in the ports of Norway and the Baltic Sea region.”
The Itinerary Planner tool can be found on both Cruise Norway and Cruise Baltic’s websites.