Traveltek this month announced a new partnership with eRoam which will see eRoam integrate Traveltek’s cruise API into their marketplace. eRoam’s advanced B2B marketplace for Travel Agents, Tour Operators and DMCs, which features millions of global travel products, including hotels, tours, activities, attractions and transport providers, now enables travel bookers to access Traveltek’s huge database of cruise providers and itineraries.
Traveltek will now be supplying its extensive Cruise API content to eRoam’s global travel marketplace, which features millions of hotels, flights, tours, activities, transfers, car rentals and more, across over 100,000 worldwide destinations. The Cruise API product provides content to over 30,000 integrated itineraries across all the major ocean and river cruise lines, including Carnival, Celebrity, Holland America Line, NCL, Princess and Royal Caribbean. eRoam users will now be able to access itineraries, pricing, ship information, deck plans, images, and brochure content for leading cruise lines on all continents.
Rebecca Esterhuizen, Head of APAC said ‘I am delighted that eRoam has chosen to partner with Traveltek. eRoam is a fantastic business with ambitious expansion plans, and I know Traveltek’s advanced Cruise API content will help facilitate that growth. In the current climate, the cruise market is heavily challenged, however, we know that the demand from travellers to cruise is still there, with forward bookings for cruise lines looking strong. Therefore eRoam has ensured that they are in the best position to capture the cruise industry bounce back. And I look forward to working with the team at eRoam over the coming years.’
Anthony Hill, CEO & Founder of eRoam, added “Consolidating cruise content has been one of our industry’s biggest challenges in the last few years, and so we are delighted to partner with a business that is making it easier than ever for agents to book cruises for their clients. Adding cruises is a huge value add for our platform as we continue to help the travel industry recover from the pandemic.”