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Now that things are beginning to open up on a grander scale, the events and incentives are coming in thicker and faster than our office dog when she gets her midday zoomies.
P&O’s new president reveals plans to welcome cruise ships back to Aussie waters
The new top dog at Carnival and P&O said she plans to welcome the company’s ships home in a distinctly Aussie way, which we assume means getting kicked out of Bunnings for trying to crack open a cold one while enjoying a sausage sanga.
Cunard reveals details about its newest ship, Queen Anne
The new ship will mark the first time in almost a quarter of a century that the line will have four ships at sea. It is also its 249th ship, which makes us very curious about what happened to the other 245.
Holland America Line and Seabourn recruit BDM for Victoria and Tasmania
Are you based in either Victoria or Tassie? And do you only book luxury jaunts for your clients? Well, this new appointment is worth taking note of.
P&O and Princess extend Aussie cruise pause beyond February 2022
The two Carnival-owned cruise lines have continued their monthly ritual of extending their respective cruise pauses.
Carnival names new Aussie boss, with Sture Myrmell to lead UK operations
Carnival’s Sture Myrmell is set for a sea change as one of two BIG updates to the cruise giant’s global leadership team.
Carnival outlines new sustainability goals, with aspirations to achieve carbon-neutral ship operations by 2050
Meanwhile, considering the current state of play, the only thing Travel Weekly staff are aspiring to be by 2050 is alive and kicking.
Carnival Cruise Line elevates Mark Richards to national sales manager
Mark Richards has been hoisted into a newly created role with the cruise line. However, that’s not to suggest any ropes or pulleys were involved.
Carnival Cruise Line’s longstanding Aussie VP exits, replacement named
Carnival’s Jennifer Vandekreeke has hailed herself a water taxi and headed back to shore. We’re going to assume the fare was pretty expensive.
Almost 75pc of Carnival’s fleet to be operational by end of 2021
The world’s largest cruise company is gradually getting some meat back on its bones, but it won’t quite have that pre-pandemic girth by the end of the year.
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