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One year after acquiring Cruise1st, DREAMLINES on its way to global growth

July 1, 2019 Cruise No Comments Email Email

The DREAMLINES Group has announced a GMV of more than €400 million in the last 12 months since acquiring Cruise1st in May 2018 and following a number of successes in its core business.

With the acquisition of Cruise1st, online travel agency DREAMLINES cemented its role as a leading seller of cruises in Europe.  As forecast, combining a hugely successful global OTA with the Cruise1st proficiency and database of UK customers, has resulted in higher sales volumes and margins and delivered huge growth for the business in the last 12 months with Cruise1st growing by 35% and increasing profitability.

DREAMLINES’ consolidations in the Australian cruise market are also showing positive results. With the brands CruiseAway and Cruise1st Australia, DREAMLINES is now the market leader in Australia – the world’s fifth-largest cruise market.

Managing Director Danyal Taraghi comments: “The entire international team has worked hard to achieve our goals by pooling their expertise and capabilities. Our strength is in creating unique cruise products, providing our customers with high-quality consultations and always offering them the right cruise holiday experience. This is possible due to our technological solutions, streamlined distribution channels and our fast and efficient communication process.”

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