India’s premier cruise liner, Cordelia Cruises, has partnered with StampThePassport, an AI-generated visa application platform, to offer an exclusive visa solution to its passengers. This collaboration aims to streamline the visa application process and ensure a seamless journey for cruise enthusiasts.
The company said StampThePassport has established a strong reputation in the visa processing industry, known for its efficiency and accuracy in obtaining travel visas. By joining forces with Cordelia Cruises, passengers can benefit from a hassle-free visa application process, enhancing their travel experience from start to finish.
The partnership between Cordelia Cruises and StampThePassport has already yielded impressive results, with over 10,000 visas processed for Cordelia Cruises passengers between April and September 2023. This achievement reflects StampThePassport’s efficiency and reliability, making it the perfect partner to handle Cordelia Cruises’ visa requirements, said Cordelia Cruises in its statement.
“We are delighted to welcome StampThePassport as our exclusive visa solution partner,” stated Jurgen Bailom, President and CEO of Waterways Leisure, which operates Cordelia Cruises. “This partnership not only simplifies the visa application process for our passengers but also reinforces our commitment to providing a seamless and stress-free travel experience. StampThePassport’s exceptional track record and dedication to excellence align perfectly with our vision, and we are excited about the collaboration.”
Vijay Kesavan, Founder and CEO, StampThePassport, added, “As the Founder and CEO of StampThePassport, I am truly excited about our exclusive partnership with Cordelia Cruises. This collaboration embodies our commitment to simplifying travel for cruise enthusiasts. By providing seamless visa solutions, we aim to enhance the overall cruise experience, making it more accessible and enjoyable for all passengers. Together with Cordelia Cruises, we look forward to setting new standards in the world of travel.”