Princess Cruises has launched what it's proclaiming as the
industry's first-ever interactive eBrochures. According to the
company, these PDF-based documents -- the first one available
for download (as a 24 MB .ZIP file, after registration)
features its "Alaska 2005" tours -- will "make researching a
Princess vacation easier than ever with clickable links to
take the reader directly to the information they're seeking."
The remainder of its 2005-06 brochures will be posted as interactive
PDFs in the near future.
eBrochure offer a clickable table of contents, interactive
deck plans, a built-in search function, custom printing of
selected pages, the ability to zoom in on maps and deck
plans, and direct links to detailed content on its princess.com Web site.
Princess notes the following benefits:
Navigate Easier -- With an active table
of contents, you can click right to the section you want to
Access Online Information: By clicking
on buttons in the eBrochure, you can access online
View Deck Plans: Choose a deck plan,
zoom up close, or click right to more stateroom information
Up-to-Date Data: Visiting princess.com
through the eBrochure gives you access to the most current
Built-in Features: Search by keyword or
zoom in on maps and deck plans using Adobe Reader's built-in
Custom Printing: Print only the pages
you want, making your planning process fast and focused.
Instant Gratification: Start planning
your escape immediately by downloading your eBrochure right
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