Boutique Voyage & Cruise Specialist
After 15 years of working in the airline industry, Louise has been instrumental in developing the Cruise Traveller reputation for exceptional service. Louise started with Cruise Traveller in 2004.
The Antarctic Peninsula, the Mekong from Vietnam to Cambodia, Phuket, Myanmar (Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan), Sri Lanka, India (Rajasthan, Kerala & Assam), The Kimberley, Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby, Milne Bay, Madang, New Britain, New Ireland), New Zealand, Amalfi Coast, Lord Howe Island, Africa (Zambia, South Africa, Botswana, Rwanda, Namibia, Kenya, Tanzania, Zanzibar), Similan Islands, Malaysia (Langkawi), Hawaii (Maui, Big Island, Kauai), Vietnam (Hanoi, Halong Bay, Saigon, Hoi An) Canada (Toronto, Vancouver, Churchill, Hudson Bay, Canadian Arctic & Baffin Island), USA (Alaska, Inside Passage, N.Y., Mississippi River), Greenland, Iceland, The Baltics (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania), Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Spain, The Shetland Islands, UK, Chile, Argentina, Cape Horn, Brazil, the Amazon, Galapagos, Ecuador, Peru, Cuba, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Portugal, Maldives, Japan, South Korea, Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro.
Cruise Ships/Lines sailed with
Pandaw, Seabourn, Oberoi Houseboats (M/V Vrinda), True North, Oceanic Discoverer, Silversea (Silver Shadow, Silver Wind, Silver Spirit, Silver Explorer), Star Clipper, Minerva (Swan Hellenic), Azamara Journey, The World, Queen of the Mississippi (American Cruise Lines), River Cloud II, Orion, Princess Jeannie (Yangtze), Fram (Hurtigruten), Safari Explorer (Un-Cruise), Stella Australis, G-Adventures (M/S Expedition & Queen of the Galapagos), Pride of the Zambezi, M/S Europa (Hapag Lloyd), M/V Aqua, MS Serenissima, Regent Seven Seas Explorer, Queen Mary 2, Crystal Symphony, Sanctuary Ananda, Ocean Endeavour, Victory II, Windstar Star Legend, Peregrine Dalmatia.
Antarctica – “Watching penguin chicks hatch!”
Alaska with Un-cruise – “Being able to get so close to watch Humpback whales ‘bubble-net feed’ was an experience I will cherish forever! The preceding eerily beautiful whale song, the silence, then the birds going crazy, the noise of the big mammals bursting into the air with mouths open, the excitement & commotion of this natural phenomenon, absolutely amazing.”