DANBURY, CT — (MARKET WIRE) — 01/16/2006 — Savvy travelers are booking cruise vacations through eCruises.com to take advantage of the free travel insurance provided by the company to protect a traveler’s vacation investment.
The complimentary insurance provides exceptional value for every eCruises.com cruiser. It protects travelers against cruise interruption and cancellation, emergency medical and dental expenses, emergency medical evacuation, travel delay, and baggage delays and losses. eCruises.com’s exclusive “Total Stateroom Travelers’ Insurance Coverage” insures all of the travelers in a stateroom and not just the first two travelers.
“Travel professionals recommend all cruisers purchase travel insurance to protect them in case of delays or missed flights,” said Sy Ripka, president of eCruises.com. “It is so very important for vacationers to protect their investment, that we wanted to provide insurance without the additional costs usually associated with this valuable protection. This allows us to guard our customers’ investment with the best travel protection insurance available.”
Travel insurance is another way www.eCruises.com protects its customers from surprises. In addition, the quoted price for a cruise includes everything, including all port charges, government fees and taxes as well as the complimentary travel insurance. Many cruise agencies quote an artificially low price and then add the additional charges that are required to board all ships, such as port charges as well as government taxes and fees. Cruisers are able to obtain minute-to-minute real-time pricing on more than 10,000 sailings by visiting the website at www.eCruises.com or calling 800-223-6868.
eCruises.com is a leading, award-winning national cruise retailer with more than 100,000 satisfied clients. A member of the Cruise Line International Association (CLIA), eCruises.com features cruises aboard all of the major cruise lines including Carnival, Celebrity, Crystal, Cunard, Disney, Costa, Holland America, MSC, NCL America, Norwegian, Oceania, Orient, Princess, Radisson Seven Seas, Royal Caribbean, Seabourn, Silversea as well as other ocean and river cruise lines.