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Fred. Olsen Partners Up with Saga

first_imgJune 2, 2014 zoom Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has announced that it has signed a new partnership agreement with Saga Holidays, to promote and sell its cruises.Saga will have allocations on a range of 2014/15 Fred. Olsen cruises across its fleet of four ships – Balmoral, Braemar, Boudicca and Black Watch – focusing on products that do not compete directly with Saga cruises, from a number of regional ports around the UK.Saga will provide Fred. Olsen with an important sales distribution channel for early-to-mid-term business, thereby helping to reduce the volume of last-minute bookings, which can have a negative impact on yields.Nathan Philpot, Sales and Marketing Director for Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said: “This new agreement between Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines and Saga Holidays will help to improve our yields significantly, and our financial position overall. With this new agreement, Saga customers can now take advantage of Fred. Olsen’s competitively-priced cruise holidays, backed up by the expertise of our two trusted brands, from their convenient local port.”Robin Shaw, Chief Executive of Saga Cruises, said: “This is an exciting time for Saga cruising and this venture allows us to reach out to more people. We will now be able to offer even greater choice to today’s over-50s. Customers will get all the added extras that those who book with Saga directly enjoy – and the security that we will offer a great experience at excellent value.”last_img read more

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DOMINATION El Jaish Sports Club win Qatari Championship

El Jaish Sports Club win Qatari championship 2015/2016! The best team of Asia showed dominance in the 22 matches of the domestic Championship led by Spanish coach Toni Gerona. The “Army team” had impressive score of 21 wins and one draw, which was more than enough to take the first spot ahead of the biggest rival – “Police”, Lekhwiya team.STANDINGS:1 El Jaish 65 22 21 1 0 679 – 486 1932 Lekhwiya 56 22 17 0 5 678 – 589 893 Al Rayyan 52 22 14 2 6 611 – 559 524 Al-Gharfa 52 22 12 6 4 562 – 537 255 Al-Quyiada 51 22 13 3 6 679 – 582 976 Al Wakra 44 22 10 2 10 577 – 588 -117 Al Ahli 41 22 8 3 11 575 – 587 -128 Al-Arabi 40 22 8 2 12 608 – 645 -379 Al Sadd Doha 36 22 6 2 14 603 – 620 -1710 Qatar SC 36 22 6 2 14 635 – 676 -4111 Al-Sahmal 28 22 2 2 18 538 – 702 -16412 Al Khour 27 22 2 1 19 494 – 668 -174 el jaish sports clubQatari handball ← Previous Story EHF CL weekend BEST 7 with three PSG stars Next Story → Marin Šego to PICK Szeged read more

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