Cruise1st has become the first UK cruise operator to offer the CruiseTraka service with a selection of our cruise packages. Allowing family and friends to stay up-to-date with your cruise movements; CruiseTraka is the perfect app for people wanting to share their cruise experiences with loved ones.
The free CruiseTraka app automatically updates selected social media accounts and email addresses with your progress as you cruise on selected ships to some of the most beautiful and enviable destinations on earth. Make loved ones and co-workers green with jealousy as they track your progress, hopping from one beautiful port to the next.
An email invitation for CruiseTraka will be sent to passengers booking a holiday on participating cruises with Cruise1st.co.uk 14 days prior to departure. Passengers can then enter the email addresses and social media accounts of the people they want to keep updated. The CruiseTraka app works in real time, so friends and family will be able to share your experiences, if not your joy.
The service is available for passengers booking on participating cruises from Cruise1st.co.uk and Cruise1st.com.au.
You can select exactly who you want to include in the CruiseTraka service, so you can show off to friends without antagonising your boss. CruiseTraka users are able to opt out of the service at any time – the completely free service comes with no obligation.
Additionally, the CruiseTraka app includes an online photo album functionality for you to enjoy. This feature includes a virtual map, detailing the path taken by the ship and gives you the opportunity to add photographs from the holiday and the destinations you have visited.
Passengers who sign up for the service now will also be entered into Cruise1st’s exclusive competition, giving them the opportunity to win a free cruise for two people, valued at £1,500.
CruiseTraka has been made available on a selection of the world’s best loved cruise lines including Royal Caribbean, P&O Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, MSC, Cunard and many more.
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