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“It’s good business to have”: Contiki boss talks pivoting to domestic and why agents should target youth travellers

Adam Armstrong began his stint at Contiki at an interesting time, to say the least. Here’s his game plan for the brand and his advice for agents.

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Longstanding Contiki MD Katrina Barry to lead Trafalgar and Costsaver

The trailblazing Katrina Barry is returning from maternity leave with not one, but two new roles.

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Silversea’s Adam Armstrong to lead Contiki as global CEO

Just one day after announcing his exit from Silversea, Adam Armstrong will be joining the TTC family in a global CEO role.

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Adam Armstrong to leave Silversea after less than two years at its helm

Silversea’s local boss has announced he is setting sail elsewhere.

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Silversea’s Silver Muse hits Sydney Harbour for first time

Sydney Harbour has all rolled out the red carpet to welcome the cruise line’s flagship. Not literally though, that would take a ridiculous amount of carpet.

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Everything you need to know about Silversea’s new chapter

by Harriet Morris

Wondering what the cruise line’s merger with RCL means for the company? We’ve got the scoop, and we’re not talking ice cream. Though, we wish we were.

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Adam Armstrong officially takes the reins at Silversea

Meanwhile, we’re officially devastated after realising we still have to get through an entire day and a half before the weekend begins. Not that we’re counting.

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Exclusive with Silversea MD Adam Armstrong: “Growth is my middle name”

by Travel Weekly

Silversea’s new Australian managing director Adam Armstrong stopped by for a chat about caviar and champagne. Oh, and luxury cruising.

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Cruise leaders voice their opinions on Sydney

by Hannah Edensor

Cruise bosses are voicing their opinions on Sydney’s cruising future. Sadly, it won’t involve singing to the back of Delta Goodrem’s chair on TV.

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Cruise leaders put pressure on poor infrastructure

by Richie Kenzie

Over 1.2 million Aussies took a cruise last year, according to CLIA. Sadly, the closest we got to going on a cruise was sailing past them on the Manly ferry.

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Celebrity sets sail across Aussie TV screens

Celebrity Cruises has launched its first television commercial in Australia, with the locally produced TVC screened for the first time at the weekend.

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Azamara’s Aussie debut expected to boost sales

Azamara Quest sailed into Sydney this morning with the cruise line expecting to reap the benefits of the Australian debut.

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