Hat-tricks for Royal and Celebrity

//Hat-tricks for Royal and Celebrity

jo_awards.jpgNot sure whether it was the chance of a cuddle with Pineapple Dance Studios’ outrageous Louie Spence, or the suntan she acquired on a Mediterranean cruise earlier this month, but Jo Rzymowska (centre) is positively glowing.
It could also be thanks to completing a hat-trick of prizes at the TTG Travel Awards.
As general manager and associate vice president for the UK and Ireland operations of Royal Caribbean she collected the trophy for the Cruise Line of the Year (over 75,000 passengers) for the third successive year.
Celebrity Cruises – on whose ship, Equinox, she travelled a couple of weeks ago – was chosen as Cruise Line of the Year (under 75,000 passengers), also for the third year.
She also took home the prize for best Training Programme for Royal Caribbean’s Cruising for Excellence scheme.
Gasping for breath, Jo said: “I am not usually lost for words, but three years of leading the way in all of the cruise categories at the TTG Travel Awards is an achievement that leaves me relatively speechless. The Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises ships and services are consistently rated by our guests as the best in the business, and for these accolades to be maintained across the travel trade is simply incredible.
“I’m incredibly proud that as well as the Best Cruise Line awards, we have also beaten competition across the whole travel industry to win the Best Training Programme of the Year award. The investment in agent training and continuing to innovate in how we work with our trade partners is a key part of our business success. Thank you to all of our trade partners who make this possible.”
Other UK cruise sales operations also picked up awards; Complete Cruise Solution, which gathers together P&O, Princess and Cunard, was the best website for travel agents, and the Carnival/Holland America team was the Supplier Sales Team of the Year.

By | 2017-06-15T16:00:00+00:00 28 September 2011|Cruise News|0 Comments

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John Honeywell is a travel writer specialising in cruise ships and cruise travel. Winner of CLIA UK's Contribution to Cruise award 2017.

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