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Gills Cruises: The facts

Gills Cruises is a UK based cruise retailer. This family owned enterprise was established in 1957. Gills works with many highly regarded cruise lines such as Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, P&O Cruises, Cunard, Costa Cruises, and Royal Caribbean International to come up with great cruise deals for its customers. This article discusses important and interesting information about the company.

Gills Cruises overview

Gills Cruises originally started out as bakery in 1953. Robert Gill, the company founder, later on branched out to the travel business, initially offering train tickets. Business was brisk and soon Gill went full time selling travel products and services. The company's offerings eventually grew and by 1957, it was starting to offer cruises and other holiday packages. In 1989 Robert Gill decided to retire from the company. He then picked his son Alistair to take control over operations. In 2005 Gill's Travel was renamed to Gill's Cruise Centre, focusing on cruise holiday packages. Awards and Recognition
Gill's Cruises is one of the leading cruise retailers in the UK and sends an estimated 60,000 people to holiday vacations annually. South West Complete Solution has previously recognized the company as its top agent. A similar award was bestowed by Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises to Gill's Cruises. Its award winning call centre is manned by highly skilled and knowledgeable personnel who are trained to dispense advice on all matters regarding cruise holidays. Commitment
Gill's cruises was not recognized as one of the UK's top cruise retailiers for no good reason. When you book with Gill's you can be assured of excellent service and rates way below prices published in cruise brochures.

Gill's Cruises Offices and Operating Hours

Gill Cruise Centre
The company's retail outlet which is located at 91 Beulah Road, Rhiwbina, Cardiff, CF14 6LW
is open from Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:30pm, and on Saturday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. The store is closed on Sundays. You can reach the store by phone at 02920 752751 or via email at Sales Office
Gill's Cruise sales office is open from Monday to Sunday, 09:00am - 10:00pm. You can contact a sales by phone at 08454 60 60 60 or via email at Client Services
Customers who have an existing booking with Gill's Cruises can contact the Client Services team at
08454 60 60 60. You can also send them an email at Its operating hours are from Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm.

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