CMV’s new headquarters in Australia open for business

Dean Brazier is pictured in the new office, seventh from left. The others from left, are Chris Coates, CMV’s UK-based commercial director; Ann Hope, national sales manager; Kate Lee, reservations consultant (ex-Great Southern Rail and Flight Centre); Wendy Ronksley, reservations manager (ex-Phil Hoffmann Travel); Yolanthe Simpson, customer services; Tami Madden, financial controller; Kathy Zollo Rboub, reservations consultant (ex-Phil Hoffmann Travel); Samantha Galea, reservations consultant (ex-MSC Cruises); Toni Pope, reservations supervisor (ex-Helloworld and Phil Hoffmann Travel); and Mounir Cuthbertson, reservations consultant (ex- Flight Centre and Helloworld) Dean Brazier is pictured in the new office, seventh from left. The others from left, are Chris Coates, CMV’s UK-based commercial director; Ann Hope, national sales manager; Kate Lee, reservations consultant (ex-Great Southern Rail and Flight Centre); Wendy Ronksley, reservations manager (ex-Phil Hoffmann Travel); Yolanthe Simpson, customer services; Tami Madden, financial controller; Kathy Zollo Rboub, reservations consultant (ex-Phil Hoffmann Travel); Samantha Galea, reservations consultant (ex-MSC Cruises); Toni Pope, reservations supervisor (ex-Helloworld and Phil Hoffmann Travel); and Mounir Cuthbertson, reservations consultant (ex- Flight Centre and Helloworld) (Photo for Seatrade Cruise News courtesy of Dean Brazier)

The md of Cruise & Maritime Voyages Australia, Dean Brazier, told Seatrade Cruise News his new head office in Wayville, an inner-southern suburb of Adelaide, is up and running.

As reported here last month, Brazier, who took up his appointment in August, decided to close the Sydney office and move it to Adelaide, a major port for the Fremantle-based Astor which arrives Friday for her fifth 2017/18 season in Australia.

On February 12, 2018, the 600-passenger Astor departs Fremantle to cross the Great Australian Bight to Adelaide via Esperance. On February 17 she makes an eight-night round cruise from Adelaide to Melbourne and the Tasmanian ports of Burnie and Hobart.

On February 25 she makes a three-night round ‘Coastal Experience' cruise from Adelaide to Port Lincoln and Kangaroo Island and on February 28 she makes a seven-night round cruise to Port Arthur, Hobart (where she will overnight) and Burnie.

On March 7 she returns to Fremantle via Albany for her 39-night repositioning voyage to Tilbury via South Africa, departing March 12.

CMV Australia has moved to Level 1, 10 Greenhill Road, Wayville, South Australia 5034. The telephone number is 1300 307 934. The website is www.cmvaustralia.com.

Posted 07 December 2017

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Helen Hutcheon

Australasia correspondent

 

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