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Archive CD Books Canada – publisher of Canadian resources on CD and for download

Clean Cruising – travel agent partner for all Unlock the Past cruises

Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter – leading international genealogy news site

Family Historian – publisher of leading genealogy software

Family Roots PublishingUnlock the Past in Seattle conference and cruise bookseller

Flip-Pal mobile scanner

In Depth Genealogist – educational resources for the genealogical community – an active blog, monthly digital magazine, books and research guides, community chats and a world wide event calendar

Legacy Family Tree Webinars


Society of Genealogists (UK)

The GENES Blog (GEnealogy News and EventS) – top stories concerning ancestral research in Britain, Ireland, and their diasporas, from Irish born Scottish based professional family historian, author and tutor Chris Paton

Sponsor/partner invitation

The cruise itself and the considerable lead up publicity is a good platfom to promote your products or services. We invite expressions of interest from those who interested in:

  • exposure of their brand to a significant international genealogy market
  • sponsoring a speaker (in part or full). A sponsor can themselves can be a speaker – or contribute to the support of a speaker on a topic, workshop or tutorial relevant to their product or service
  • a donor of prize/s to the cruise prize pool – expected to total several thousand dollars
  • becoming a cruise promotional partner – promoting it through available avenues – newsletter, blog, web site or by distribution of our cruise brochures
  • advertising in the cruise program

We would love to discuss options to maximise the promotional value both ways of this cruise – and through other opprotunities we can offer. We will be preparing a “promotional opportunities” guide to be sent out to prospective sponsors/partners soon, but welcome any expressions of interest in meantime.

We generally prefer a two way benefit package where this works rather than a cash sponsorship.