Princess Cruises marked the end of the Alaska season with their traditional shipboard awards ceremony last week.
As the longest running customer service program in the cruise industry, the C.R.U.I.S.E (Courtesy, Respect, Unfailing in Service Excellence) program recognises the role that Princess’ tour partners play in enhancing passengers’ experiences.
The Alaska awards began in 2000 with winners selected from the many Alaska and Pacific Northwest shore tours available for Princess guests and determined primarily via guest surveys.
“It’s always gratifying to recognize these local tour operators who go above and beyond to provide our passengers with unforgettable experiences in Alaska and British Columbia,” said Jan Swartz, executive vice president Princess Cruises.
“We know that a passenger’s time in port and their activities while on land are a significant part of their cruise experience, especially in such an exciting place as Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.”
Kayaking in Prince William Sound, Alaska Sea Kayakers
Tuesday, 11 October 2011
12th annual C.R.U.I.S.E Service Awards
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.A