Lisa Boyadjian Named CroisiEurope's West Coast Sales Manager

lis boyadjianCroisiEurope has announced the addition of Lisa Boyadjian to the team as the West Coast sales manager. In this role, Boyadjian will be responsible for continuing to introduce CroisiEurope's expansive portfolio of river cruise itineraries to travel agents and tour operators on the West Coast.

For the past 23 years Lisa has served as the West Coast regional sales manager at France Vacations/Central Holidays. Her territory covered California, Nevada, Colorado ,Texas, Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico. Prior to that, Lisa was a sales manager for AOM French Airlines and a service agent at a number of airlines, including Finnair, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Air New Zealand and United Airlines.  

CroisiEurope, celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, offers travelers a wide selection of river cruise itineraries ranging from three to 14 days throughout Europe, Cambodia, Vietnam, and along the Mediterranean coast. This spring, CroisiEurope will welcome the Elbe Princess to its fleet, a paddlewheel-propelled river boat that will be able to navigate the Elbe and Vltava rivers. The coming cruise season will also see the addition of nine new itineraries covering a number of niche themes and rivers throughout the European continent.  


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West Coast travel agents and tour operators can reach Lisa Boyadjian at [email protected].

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