AmaWaterways has appointed a new agency support executive to replace Joss Eyton-Jones who has left the industry.
Sarah Le Goff joined AmaWaterways from US-based members’ club AAA East Central and has been tasked with supporting and developing business with the trade.
At AAA East Central, which is a members’ club affiliated with the American Automobile Association, Le Goff held the role of trip planner for groups.
Previously, she held roles such as a programme manager and sustainable tourism consultant.
Le Goff will report into Augustus Lonsdale, commercial manager in the UK, Europe, and Scandinavia.
Eyton-Jones left the line before Christmas after joining in April 2018.
It is the second appointment made by the line in under a week after it announced Natasha Warren had joined the UK team as a marketing manager.
Warren, who worked at Royal Caribbean Cruises for the last 15 years in marketing, trade support and sales support roles, is providing maternity cover for Sarah Thomson.
The appointments come a week after the line’s UK managing director Stuart Perl left the line.
As part of the management restructure, former sales, marketing and digital director Jamie Loizou is now heading up the UK team.
On Tuesday, the line confirmed that Loizou has been made the UK managing director and he will work closely with international sales director Marnie Tarsinos.
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