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So, typically you may look at this and see a consumer promotion BUT before you leave....it can help you boost you earnings!

Our recently launched Spin to Win gives users a prize every time - with only a free mini cruise prize not earning you commission!


Earn commission on:

  • £35pp mini cruises
  • £40pp mini cruise PLUS £10 onboard voucher
  • £40pp mini cruise PLUS free breakfast
  • £85 for two standard mini cruise 241

DON'T FORGET - double commission until 14.11.16 on ANY mini cruise bookings! That's 14% of booking revenue...

In addition, we have these great products that can still earn you 14% commission:

  • £118 for FOUR people!
  • £85 for two people - Go Dutch with us!
  • Breast Cancer Care mini cruise - £35pp
  • Gourmet getaway - £106pp (meal & drink packages)
  • North Sea Sounds (Bowie Ball, Frankie & the Heartstrings, & Hyde & Beast)
  • Motor mini cruise - explore surrounding areas of Amsterdam with your own car


In 1866 several small Danish shipping companies merged to form what has come to be the oldest major shipping company in Denmark: DFDS - "Det Forenede Dampskibs-Selskab" (The United Steamship Company). Today DFDS is a financially sound company with good growth - because over the years (particularly the most recent ones) it has understood the importance of adapting its business model - or philosophy - when necessary. DFDS is still sailing on some of the same routes begun in the 1800s. And DFDS still has beautiful and exciting ships - fascinating to us all. The level of development in DFDS between 1966-2006 has been more rapid in all areas than in the preceding 100 years combined. Technology has advanced with lightning speed, some activities have been discontinued, new ones started up and again suspended, others further developed and strengthened. Through a brief historical retrospective you will get a picture of the DFDS company and its manifold activities from its inception in 1866 up to the DFDS Seaways known today.​