Let us put our experience to work for you. We are attentive to your unique needs and can provide the personal touch for any busy executive. Whether you’re looking to schedule a group trip or plans for a single business traveler, we are at the ready to take care of all your arrangements from start to finish. Our top priority is working within your bottom line.
We have helped countless business travelers secure itineraries that complement their schedules within a reasonable budget. Do you need domestic or international travel to attend an important meeting or conference? Perhaps your company is looking to host a conference or corporate incentive trip of its own. From ground transportation to flights, cruises, hotel accommodations, meeting space and extra-curricular activities – we’ve got you covered.
Cruise & Travel Depot will go the extra mile to coordinate with staff at your chosen destination to make sure all your needs are met. If you wish to secure a board room or space for a larger group, we can do the due diligence in advance to prepare for your event, whether at sea or on land. What provisions are needed for refreshments? Do you intend to launch a presentation or host a webinar? Are you bringing any special equipment and, if so, will this be compatible with the configuration, furniture and power sources in the room? Do you need additional items such as audio-visual equipment, extension cords or a lectern, and what options are available to facilitate these requests?
We have successfully coordinated corporate incentive trips for top-performers, complete with an array of scheduled activities such as cocktail hour, meetings, team-building exercises and recreational day trips. Let us draw on our proven experience to help you plan a memorable and productive group trip. With a plethora of exciting destinations to choose from, whether in a block of rooms at a resort or a block of cabins aboard a beautiful cruise ship, this is the ultimate reward to your team for going the extra mile.
“If you want to succeed you should strike out on new paths, rather than travel the worn paths of accepted success.”
– John D. Rockefeller