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CruiseBe's voice: how to use Google Assistant for cruise planning

3 minutes read • July 12th, 2020
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Sooner or later, the coronavirus pandemic has to end. Cruises in the United States may resume by October. In Europe, this may happen even earlier. That means it's time to plan your next trip.
CruiseBe’s Google Action will help you find information about the ships, ports, and plan your cruise itinerary using a voice bot. Just say "Talk to CruiseBe" while in the activated Google Assistant or Google Home, and our smart bot will be at your service.

To get information about the port, just say the name of the city or island. For example, say: "Tell me about Barbados," and our voice bot will instantly tell you about Bridgetown, its attractions, and history. Besides, you'll be offered a card that will lead you to the port page with full information about it.
Similarly, the virtual assistant works with requests for ships - you just need to name the cruise liner you are interested in, and the program will instantly provide you with all the information.

If you already know the dates of your future voyage, the virtual assistant will plan a day-by-day schedule of your cruise with information about what to do in ports of call and on the ship. It's like a travel agent in your pocket.
For the program to plan your cruise, you need to tell it the departure date and your ship's name - a card with the cruise schedule and information about all ports, attractions, and the ship will be ready in a second.
Enjoy your cruises, and stay healthy!
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