MarketingThe partnership with Tam Wing Kun Holdings provides the British expedition cruise line a direct entry into Asia.

Swan Hellenic picks Asia rep

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Hong Kong-based Tam Wing Kun Holdings will represent Swan Hellenic in Asia.
Hong Kong-based Tam Wing Kun Holdings will represent Swan Hellenic in Asia.

As part of larger global expansion plans, expedition cruise line Swan Hellenic has signed a partnership deal with Tam Wing Kun Holdings to establish a direct presence in Asia.

Tam Wing Kun Holdings will represent Swan Hellenic in Asia, acting as a direct point of sales from its Hong Kong base, alongside its offices and partners across the rest of the region.

“We're truly delighted to have Tam Holdings on board, believing strongly in the immense potential of the Asian market both now and above all in the future. [Now], we'll be able to offer our guests the benefits of full sea-sky integration to carry them from their cities to our ships and back again around the globe,” said Andrea Zito, CEO, Swan Hellenic.

Most recently, the cultural expedition cruise company announced its relaunch in 2020 with two new polar ice-class ships: the SH Minerva, arriving Nov 2021, and the Vega Class, arriving April 2022.

Both ships offer nine decks of space accommodating up to 152 guests, with an ice-strengthened hull together with extra-large stabilisers to tackle off-the-beaten-path destinations and remote polar regions Swan Hellenic is known for.

On board, expedition guides, speakers and lecturers are on hand to immerse guests into the cultures, peoples and wildlife of the world’s less travelled regions.

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