TravelOwl, which will earn a commission on each cruise sold through the CaptainOwl.co.uk site, also plans to launch a package holiday offering called TravelOwl Travel Club in the next two weeks in a white label tie in with South Key Travel.
Online services manager Phil Taylor said TravelOwl planned to cover off other areas such as skiing in the near future.
“We’re trying to cover off as many parts of the market as we can,” he said.
“And the beauty of doing white labels is we can piggyback our partner’s brands. It’s also quick and low cost.”
TravelOwl, which is a sister-company of BP Travel Marketing Services, has also begun a major overhaul of its main website, which includes its TicketOwl Box Office that offers tickets to theme parks and visitor attractions.
It will then reinforce the online strategy by sending weekly e-newsletters to its database of 40,000 members.
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