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Quote referral scheme:
Use our ‘Quote Referral Scheme’ service to ask a UK CLIA Cruise Agent to check availability and provide you with their best price for your chosen cruise holiday.
In order that the agent may contact you, you must supply your contact details.
Agents often have access to group fares for cruises available at prices less than the standard normal fare or late-deals which are not permitted to be advertised above the line. (i.e. through written public media).
Once your information is passed to the UK CLIA Cruise Agent, we have no further involvement in any dealings you may have with them.
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