Recently, Turkey has been declared as the best cruise destination in the Mediterranean area by Porthole Cruise Magazine based in USA.
Following this announcement, the USA based Japanese tour company, Planet Cruise decided to reinforce its investments in Turkey. The tour company operating in Turkey since 2018, belongs to a Japanese global named HIS Global having a 40-year experience in tourism sector.
The decision of boosting the tour company’s investment in Turkey will involve the launching of its new office under the name of “The House of Cruise” that will be situated in Nisantasi, one of the most luxurious districts in Istanbul.
It will be presented as a glamorous showroom to showcase the group’s business concept.
Thanks to this initiative, cruise ships operating with several high impact companies on global market are planned to dock in Istanbul between 2020 and 2021.
Thus, the tour company is planning to increase budget and efforts in order to make Turkey a cruise hub.
Based on the harmonious combination between Turkish warmth and Japanese vision, the tour company is planning to target countries like Greece, Azerbaijan, Iran, Dubai and Qatar as destinations for sales marketing activities.
In order to preserve its value as the pioneer Turkish company in Cruise tourism sector, Cruise Planet will provide exceptional services such as money back guarantee. Besides, thanks to a bunch of questions, the company will advise the appropriate tour for each customer matching with his budget and his interests.
These services will help to guarantee high quality comfort for the customers and maintain their satisfaction.
In the same context, it’s important to mention that Istanbul received lately one of the biggest cruise ships, MSC Laica coming from Venice, Italy before arriving to Sarayburnu with 2000 passengers on board.
This coincides with the announcement of Turkish transport and infrastructure minister declaring the soon inauguration of Yenikapi’s port excepted to be one of the most important Cruise centers in the Mediterranean area.