Royal Caribbean signs partnership with Brazil's Assist Card

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12Jul2013

Royal Caribbean has signed an agreement with Assist Card Brazil, one of the largest provides of travelers assistance in the world.  The partnership is the consolidation of a global agreement existing between the two companies.

In Brazil, Assist Card has developed a specific product for Royal Caribbean, which covers medical care in the event of accident or illness during travel, medicines, dental care, transportation and repatriation, among other benefits. The contract - which is exclusive to June 2014 - aims to serve approximately 50,000 Royal Caribbean guests at this time.

"Besides the increase in the amount of product coverage, the big news is the benefit Cashless where travelers no longer have to pay for medical services performed on board and request a refund by returning to the country," explains Roberto Oliveira, Commercial Manager of Assist Card Brazil.

Assist Card is the largest travel assistance company in the world, for over 40 years in the market offering local solutions to emergencies abroad, at no additional cost to your customer. Currently, the company is present in 110 countries, which provides the unique ability to work in minutes almost anywhere in the world. For years, the company performs more than 200,000 visits to people traveling.

The company operates 24 hours every day, making call in the language of its seven million customers worldwide and offers access to more than 155,000 service providers of international medical and dental care, legal and baggage. In addition to these services, the company also offers Trip Cancellation Insurance, Personal Accident and Baggage among others.