Head of New Zealand Cruise Association to retire in June

 Tuesday, March 28, 2023 


Kevin O’Sullivan, the chief of the New Zealand Cruise Association would be retiringin the month of June.
Sullivanhas been functioning in that position for the last four and a half years.

Former chair Debbie Summers said that Sullivanhas steered the association in its most unsettled times.

Summers said that Sullivanworked untiringly, especially, in their battle to resumetourism in the last few years.

Summers added that NZ Cruise has reached a better positiondue to the determined efforts of Sullivan.

She said that as chair, she predominantlyrespectedSullivan’sunyielding positivity and absolutewillpower as he communicated and discussed with several stakeholders necessary to permit the segment’s revivalafter the pandemic.

The current association chair, Jacqui Lloyd, has been designatedto be thereplacement of Sullivan.
Lloyd’slatestposition is working as the general manager of Destination Marlborough.

Tansy Tompkins, the deputy chair of the association, said that Lloyd is the bestindividual to lead them in the next stage of the tourism segment’sretrieval.

Lloyd’swide-ranging tourism background, high-rankingmanagement experience and liaisontalents will help NZCA to develop plannedassociations more, unite thesegment and expand itsexistence on the globalplatformwith the coming back of the cruise industry.

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