Port guide goes multi-lingual

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southampton.JPGInternational cruise passengers visiting Southampton will benefit from the launch of three newly-translated maps and guides to the city.
CruiseSouthampton.com, which provides information for cruise passengers and crew departing from and arriving in Southampton, has unveiled new versions of the document, translated into French, German and Italian.
Damian Gevertz, Managing Director of CruiseSouthampton.com, said: “The printed map and guide has become a vital resource for those visiting the city and when non-English speaking visitors said they’d like to see a translated version, we were quick to swoop into action.”
Doug Morrison, Port Director of ABP’s Port of Southampton, added: “With the increasing number of call-in cruises to the port, being able to provide information passengers and crew want in their own language is vital. The map and guides at the cruise terminals have been really popular and an essential part of the passenger experience.
“Having the information now available in French, German and Italian will help passengers make the most of the city of Southampton and the cruise terminals. We endeavour to provide the highest level of customer service to all passengers and crew using the port and this new development is a direct result of listening to their feedback.”
The translated maps and guides are available free of charge at the cruise terminals in Southampton and can be downloaded from www.CruiseSouthampton.com/resources

By | 2017-06-15T15:59:44+00:00 31 August 2012|Cruise Destinations, Cruise News|0 Comments

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