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Travel the World’s second time 'round with Swan Hellenic

SH Minerva is scheduled to enter service in 2021
Travel the World Group, which has been appointed as a preferred Australian partner for Swan Hellenic, worked with the brand more than 10 years ago.

The 43-year-old company has represented major cruise brands in the local market, including Silversea, Seabourn, Ponant, Holland America Line and Windstar Cruises.

Welcome back

‘We are thrilled to welcome back Swan Hellenic to the Travel the World family as it embarks on an exciting relaunch,’ Andrew Millmore, chairman of Travel the World Group, said.

‘As one of the preferred Australian partners to make bookings with Swan Hellenic on behalf of travel agents, we will provide extensive training and support to help our agent partners promote these (yet to be launched) boutique expedition ships,’ Millmore said.

He said Travel the World will also offer industry-leading commission rates.

Australia’s immense potential

‘We’re truly delighted to have Travel the World Group as one of Swan Hellenic’s preferred partners in Australia, believing strongly in the immense potential of the Australian market,’ Alfredo Spadon, SVP of Swan Hellenic’s global sales and marketing, said.

Expert partner

‘It was essential for us to have a truly capable expert partner based in Australia,’ Spadon said.

‘Thanks to the incredible experience of Travel the World Group, we’ll be able to offer our guests the benefits of full sea-sky integration to carry them from their cities to our ships and back again around the world.’


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