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Getting back to school in the Bijagos with Ponant

Ponant have been busy working with the people of the Bijagos building a brand new school!

The Sea is Calling

As if his surname wasn’t a clue, destiny seems to have led Richard Cruse to becoming the first Sailing Master aboard the world’s newest and largest tall ship, Golden Horizon, which will spectacularly grace Australian waters next summer…

E-Global Travel Media interviews Cruise Traveller on the new Golden Horizon.

E-Global Travel Media interviewed our MD – Craig Bowen – recently on the new Golden Horizon’s visit to Australia in December 2021. Take a look…

Cruise Traveller’s Craig Bowen Talks Small Ships

QuirkyCruise’s Heidi Sarna had an e-chat with Craig Bowen, managing director of Cruise Traveller, an Australia-based travel agency specializing exclusively in the small-ship niche. Craig shares why he’s so passionate about the boutique cruise world.

One of world’s fittest chefs to lift the bar for gourmet cuisine aboard the world’s newest and largest sailing ship – Golden Horizon

If you’re joining the Golden Horizon on one of her Australian circumnavigation legs, you might run into her ‘fit’ head chef, Derek Allen…

Cruise Traveller see new horizons in 2020 and beyond

Staying positive in the light of a global pandemic hasn’t been easy, but we’re here for the long haul…

Slow Travel – on the world’s largest sailing ship

As life gets faster and Christmas comes round ever quicker, it’s ironical – but anecdotally welcome – that one of the fastest-growing trends in tourism is the art of slow travel – and in particular, slow cruising.

Telling it like it is – an interview with our Managing Director, Craig Bowen

Our MD, Craig Bowen was recently interviewed about Tradewind Voyages, small ships and slow cruising by Ian Jarrett from Travel Writers Radio. Take a listen here.

Small is the New Big in Cruising

Small will be the new big in the post-Covid cruise market, according to Australia’s most experienced small ship cruising specialist, Cruise Traveller, with more people drawn to the appeal of boutique, river and expedition ships carrying less than 500 passengers

Ponant lends a hand

Find out what Ponant’s Le Laperouse has been up to during the Covid-19 pandemic.