Ahoy Buccaneers is offering an earlybird special across six expedition voyages in March and October 2018, with one free night’s accommodation in a four-star hotel both before and after each cruise.Bookings must be made before 15 March 2017 and is valid for three 13-day cruises in February and March 2018, travelling from Broome to Wyndham or vice versa; and three Buccaneer Archipelago cruises in October 2018, which are seven-day, round-trip cruises from Broome.Ahoy Buccaneers takes guests into areas inaccessible to large ships as they explore the rugged cliffs, spectacular waterfalls and pristine waters of the Buccaneer Archipelago in the Kimberly region of Western Australia. Guests travel on board Oceanic, Ahoy Buccaneer’s 25-guest motor yacht, providing an intimate and relaxed atmosphere, with guests encouraged to help fish or sail the boat.The 13-day Broome to Wyndham cruises depart on 26 February and 26 March 2018, and a Wyndham to Broome cruise departs 12 March 2018. Each costs from $4400 per person (including for solos) in a swag, and from $5500 per person in a cabin, twin-share, or if sharing with another solo passenger. The free accommodation will be at four-star hotels in Broome and also Kununurra, near Wyndham.The Buccaneer Archipelago cruises depart1, 8 and 29 October 2018, and cost from $2200 per person (including for solos) in a swag, and from $2800 per person in a cabin, twin-share, or if sharing with another solo passenger twin-share. Fares include meals and transfers. cruiseKimberley
(L-R): Stacy Harsh, Teagan Greentree and Shari Rokosuka TravelCube has launched a new national sales structure that includes two newly-created Key Account Manager positions and enhances support of the company’s key preferred partners.Former NSW State Manager Stacy Harsh, and former NSW Sales Executive Teagan Greentree, have been appointed to the new sales team roles, effective 5 July 2017. Both will work closely with the company’s preferred retail networks to identify and seize opportunities for growth.TravelCube has also appointed former Sales Manager Queensland, Shari Rokosuka, to the newly-created role of Sales Manager Australia, with responsibility for TravelCube’s experienced team of Account Managers.“Our new structure will ensure that we are doing everything possible to engage with those retail travel partners who support us, and to assist them achieve their sales strategies and growth targets,” said John Stucci, TravelCube’s Vice President Sales and Marketing, Pacific. appointmentsTravelCube
Sydney’s Sheraton on the Park first opened its doors in 1994 as the only five-star hotel located adjacent to Hyde Park, with many of its 558 rooms and suites boasting sweeping Hyde Park and Sydney Harbour views. Now the hotel is undergoing a $40 million renovation of its guestrooms, suites and Executive Club Lounge, scheduled for completion in early 2018.Located on the 21st floor, the layout of the Sheraton Club will be reconfigured to frame the views of Sydney Harbour, Hyde Park and St Mary’s Cathedral, which can be enjoyed throughout the lounge and from the outdoor terraces. The Club entrance will be elegantly defined by Bubinga wooden panels, with sliding doors – inside the individual spaces for guests include a private reading room, an open lounge with fireplace, and an executive board room. The hotel’s Hyde Park location inspired the guestrooms’ colour scheme of subtle pale green and grey tones, with stained, natural oak timber furniture and lush fabrics. hotelsSheraton on the ParkSydney
Air VanuatuairlinessalespecialsVanuatu Air Vanuatu has released super special fares* for the beginning of 2020, departing from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, flying to the Vanuatu capital, Port Vila. Fares are available until 20 March 2020, and are valid for travel in February and March 2020.Fly Sydney to Port Vila from $499 return, Melbourne to Port Vila from $569 return and Brisbane to Port Vila from $469 return. The airline has also extended its current special winter getaway deals from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne until 30 August 2019, for travel until 30 May 2020.*Blackout dates apply and flights are subject to availability.