CruiseCompete CEO Bob Levinstein is Popular Podcast Guest

Recently CruiseCompete CEO Bob Levinstein was a podcast guest on a couple of great shows, plus he has his own CruiseCompete podcasts here:



“Cruise pricing is all over the map. Our guest is Bob Levinstein, Founder and CEO of He explains that travel agencies have different relationships with cruise lines. Many lines offer contrasting prices for the exact same cabin dependent upon the relationship with a travel agency. Cruise Compete navigates through all that noise to find you the best deals. You pick the destination, the number of passengers and the type of cabin you want and they can help you with the rest.

Cruise Compete has partnered with over 500 different travel agencies who submit pricing based on your request. Your search is anonymous. Once you settle in on a ship you can contact them direct. They will not be able to contact you unless you give them permission.”

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And Bob was interviewed on: Let’s Dine Out With Allan Borgen — A Weekly Podcast (July 3, 2021)


CruiseCompete travel advisors can assist with details and sailings. CruiseCompete also offers shore excursions and cruisetours!

Check out All Things Cruise, our ultimate source for cruise lovers ~ Interested in a land-tour, possibly all-inclusive? Try our VacationCompete site, where trusted vacation specialists compete to offer the best deals! We reserve the right to correct any errors or omissions. Thank you.

Also see CruiseCompete’s line up of podcasts that Bob Levinstein hosts here:

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