25th May 2018
Surrey and London law firm Mundays LLP has advised the shareholders of Cruise 1st on the sale of the company to Dreamlines GmbH.
Cruise 1st is a leading cruise retail brand with offices in Manchester, Sydney and Singapore. Cruise 1st has been operating as a combined web and call centre business since 2000 and opened the UK’s first interactive cruise retail store in the Lowry Shopping Centre, Manchester in January this year.
Caspar Moore on behalf of the seller shareholders said, “The professionalism and good humour of Mundays LLP as they supported us through the sale process was invaluable. Neale and Howard guided us expertly through the negotiations and were instrumental in achieving a successful outcome.”
Neale Andrews said “We are delighted to have advised the shareholders of Cruise 1st on this transaction and we wish Cruise 1st all the best for the next step in its journey”.
Dreamlines were represented by Dentons (Prague, London and Milton Keynes).
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