Bhaya Cruises (Halong Bay, Vietnam) Appoints Representative in Australia
Since the establishment of Bhaya Cruises fleet in 2007 and the launching of 2 luxurious Au Co ships in 2012, Bhaya Cruises Group has seen an outstanding business development with a considerable growth rate in Australia and New Zealand in the past few years, which has made the region one of our targeted markets throughout these years.
Ms. Nichole Madin, Bhaya Cruises’ new appointed Representative in Australia office, has cultivated a wide 20-year previous experience in the travel industry, 14 out of them involved with Vietnam/SEA businesses, along with a wealth of expertise and knowledge on across different markets; her previous roles include senior and director positions in Retail and Wholesale travel, International airline and Hotels.
“The mutual understanding and mindset we share in the travel and service industry have brought us the firm determination that Ms. Madin would serve as the perfect representative to deliver Bhaya Cruises’ value to Australia and New Zealand market”, said Mr. Pham Van Ha – Bhaya Cruises Acting General Manager.
The well-established Australia Sales Office assumes the role of Bhaya Cruises’ representative to support and expand business with local wholesalers and tour operators in developing tourism service in Halong Bay, Vietnam. Ms. Nichole Madin officially starts her role in the office from April 2015.
About Bhaya Cruises:
Bhaya Cruises, the leading cruise operator in Halong Bay, Vietnam, has established and developed new standards for luxury cruising in Vietnam since launching in summer 2007. The fleet has achieved tremendous success by adding luxury and charm to the mystery of Halong Bay for up-scale travelers worldwide. The company currently operates 17 boats with a total of 178 cabins in Halong Bay. They are divided into three fleets: Bhaya Legend Private Cruise, Bhaya Classic and The Au Co. Bhaya Cruises is a pioneer in developing new cruise routes to ensure long-lasting, memorable experiences in Halong Bay, Vietnam.