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Old May 25th, 2013, 08:25 PM
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I can tell you, as a Canadian travel agent, that number is so far out to lunch. I can just wish.

I started this when I still worked for the government, knowing it wasn't going to pay piles of money. When I retired I continued with it because I enjoy it, certainly not for the money.

I work for cruiseshipcenters (I think I can say there here.) It's now owned by I work with a franchise but very seldom go into the office. I have a number of clients I have worked with over the last number of years.

I do this because I enjoy it and the bit of extra money supplements my pension.

I don't want more clients than I can handle on a personal basis. I am available to them about 18 hours a day, 7 days a week. If I had too many clients I just couldn't give them the service they have a right to.

I still take on more clients because I have the time. But for the original question, there is not a lot of money to be made.
Dec. 13 - Windstar sailing yacht. Wonderful!!

Just completed - Celebrity Reflection, Nov. 22 (learning to sail solo) followed by Independence of the Seas Nov. 30.

44 cruises - too many to list however cruiselines are in no particular order:

and some unknown tub

Yes, I'm a Royal Chump and proud of it.
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