Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas in LabadeeAn incentive cruise program will motivate your employees and reward their star performance unlike any other travel experience. In the United States, only about 24% of adults have ever been on a cruise.

Cruises are More Motivating!

According to a recent Google Consumer Survey (initiated by Landry & Kling), respondents overwhelmingly chose a Caribbean cruise as a top reward for reaching a challenging work goal.

When it comes to delivering a unique travel experience with a strong value proposition, nothing comes close to an incentive cruise program. Whether your organization’s reward is a Caribbean getaway on a spectacular resort-style ship, an Alaskan adventure on a mid-sized vessel or Mediterranean voyage on a privately chartered mega-yacht, an incentive at sea is the ultimate “thank you” for a job well done.

I have conducted three cruises through Landry & Kling covering six countries. My teams have loved the incentive trips – and working with the staff at L&K has been great. – Tripp Amos, AFLAC

Your top achievers will race to meet their goals to qualify for a group incentive cruise, and return to work recharged and ready to tackle new projects with renewed enthusiasm.

Key benefits of a group cruise incentive program include:

  • Ease of planning, better budget control: meals, entertainment, activities and sports facilities are included
  • A cruise is highly promotable with huge, multi-generational appeal
  • Self-contained environment and new experiences lead to increased camaraderie, more networking opportunities
  • Travel to several enticing destinations with the convenience of unpacking/packing once

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