CruiseAgencies Rovia and Viva Voyage are exploring South Korea and Japan as possible port calls.

US agencies eye new waters in Asia

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The Dejima Wharf at Nagasaki Port in Japan. Photo Credit: Travel and Still life photography/Getty Images
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This follows an announcement in November last year of a collaboration between Rovia and Viva Voyage to “enhance cruise line offerings, destinations and in-port experiences” in Europe and Asia Pacific. 

Travel agency Rovia will explore inter-port and open jaw cruises through South Korea and Japan as part of a recent collaboration with online cruise retailer Viva Voyage to bolster its presence in Europe and Asia Pacific. 

This follows an announcement in November last year of a collaboration between Rovia and Viva Voyage to “enhance cruise line offerings, destinations and in-port experiences” in Europe and Asia Pacific. 

“Pursuing curated and highly differentiated cruise experiences in Asia will allow travelers in-region to book unique opportunities they cannot find anywhere else,” said Rovia president Jim Menge.

The move will help Rovia and Viva Voyage grow their share of online bookings and membership base in Asia. 


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