American Cruise Lines starts paying on noncommissionable fares

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American Cruise Line's American Melody. The river cruise company has begun to include port charges and fees in its cruise prices, making them commissionable by advisors.
American Cruise Line's American Melody. The river cruise company has begun to include port charges and fees in its cruise prices, making them commissionable by advisors. Photo Credit: American Cruise Lines

American Cruise Lines has begun to include port charges and fees in its cruise prices to pay travel advisors more in commissions on bookings.

The company made the announcement on Thursday, one day after Norwegian Cruise Line said it would begin to pay on noncommissionable fares, or NCFs, for bookings made at least 120 days ahead of departure and if they submit a marketing.

The Connecticut-based river cruise company's move is effective immediately for all new bookings beginning from Nov. 1.

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