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Oceania Cruises offers £500 bonus commission

Oceania Cruises is offering up to £500 bonus commission per booking on selected departures on the company’s mid-sized luxury cruise ships in 2012.

The offer is part of Oceania Cruises’ ‘Explore your World’ promotion which also gives clients free gratuities worth up to $925 per booking and $1,000 onboard credit on selcted departures.

The £500 commission deal is payable for bookings on a selection of sailings, including Nautica’s 25-night sailing from Bangkok to Beijing, on February 28 – now leading in at £3,025 from £4,712 per person – and two cruises on Regatta, from Auckland to Sydney and Sydney to Papeete in March which include $1,000 per stateroom onboard credit and free gratuities.

The company is offering £400 bonus commission for bookings on Regatta’s South Pacific sailing from Papeete to Auckland on January 17, where an 18-night cruise now costs £2,178, down from £2,656, with $1,000 per stateroom credit and free gratuities.

A £400 bonus commission is also payable on bookings for a January 22 sailing by Insignia along the west coast of South America.

The line is offering £200 bonus commission on Marina’s ‘Northern Interludes’ sailing from Dover to Copenhagen departing on June 18, with prices down to £1,973 from £3,188 for 14 nights with $1,000 shipboard credit per stateroom and free gratuities.

Oceania Cruises’ UK and Europe managing director Bernard Carter said: “We are keen to support our trade partners as much as possible and we feel that the time has come to reciprocate the support that has helped Oceania Cruises to become a leading name across UK and Europe for high quality cruises offering exceptional value for money.

“These latest offers endorse that position, with a generous and well deserved ‘thank-you’ to travel agents.”

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