Win for Cruise Whit­sun­days


CRUISE Whit­sun­days Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Of­fi­cer Nick Hor­tle was proud to ac­cept the trophy for Ma­jor Tour and/or Trans­port Op­er­a­tor on be­half of all the Company’s staff, as well as be named fi­nal­ist for Unique Ac­com­mo­da­tion and Cus­tomer Ser­vice at Satur­day night’s Whit­sun­day Tourism Awards.

“Cruise Whit­sun­days has had a huge year of change, all of which has been fo­cused on pro­vid­ing ex­cep­tional ser­vices, qual­ity prod­ucts and un­par­al­leled ex­pe­ri­ences,” Mr Hor­tle said.

“We’ve in­vested heav­ily in new and re­fur­bished ves­sels and in build­ing the new Port of Air­lie Mar­itime Ter­mi­nal, as well as re- main­ing com­mit­ted to a sig­nif­i­cant na­tional and in­ter­na­tional mar­ket­ing pro­gram to pro­mote the Whit­sun­days over­all,” he said.

“So we are over the moon to be recog­nised for our ef­forts across all as­pects of our business.

“I’d like to specif­i­cally thank our front­line and back-of-house staff who de­liver those ex­pe­ri­ences ev­ery sin­gle day – we could not do it with­out their pas­sion and ded­i­ca­tion.”

Cruise Whit­sun­days is in it’s 10th year of op­er­a­tion in the Whit­sun­days, with nine ves­sels, 18 day-cruises, it also ser­vices the ma­jor is­land re­sorts with trans­fers.

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