French Polynesia is repositioning its cruise industry in favour of ships with small and medium capacity.

A release from Tahiti Tourisme says the destination will ‘reposition around four axis’, applicable from 1 January 2022.

Firstly it will favour year-round turnaround ships based in French Polynesia, of small and medium capacities (700 passengers).

Published in Hot Off The Press
Monday, 13 September 2021 01:19

Strong pick-up on Tahiti modules

More than 50 agents have completed the Certified Tahiti Specialist Programme (CTS) online training modules. They will all receive a gift from Tahiti Tourisme.

Moana McKeen, trade manager – New Zealand with Tahiti Tourisme, says hundreds more have registered for the programme and are yet to complete the modules. 

‘The programme is a ‘one stop shop’ for all travel advisors, offering comprehensive destination training as well as benefits for joining the programme and becoming a Certified Tahiti Specialist.

Published in Pacific Islands

While the move to Alert Level 1 will further stimulate domestic travel – something which has at least given a flicker of life to some agents and brokers – the industry continues to call for urgent attention to paid to trans Tasman travel and other safe border openings.

Published in Hot Topics
Tuesday, 04 February 2020 00:38

Brunel scores Tahiti Tourisme

Sydney-based Caroline Brunel of Nouvelle Vague Marketing is the new representative for Tahiti Tourisme in the Australia and New Zealand markets.

Published in Pacific Islands
Thursday, 16 January 2020 23:12

New CEO at Tahiti Tourisme

Jean-Marc Mocellin has been appointed chief executive officer of Tahiti Tourisme.

Published in Pacific Islands

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