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@Sarahbeachcom Sarah Archer, Beachcomber Tours, UK sales manager If you follow Lady Archer’s tweets too closely, you’re


likely to get jealous. Beach shots from gorgeous locations are frequent, but she mixes things up with details about life on the open road. Most likely to tweet about: #only8hotelsonMauritius


@LuxuryTravelGem Gemma Antrobus, Haslemere Travel, managing director The chair of Aito Agents


tweets from the luxury end of the travel industry. She’s a passionate believer in good service and doing things face-to-face. Most likely to tweet about: The benefits of using an agent


@gileshawke Giles Hawke, MSC Cruises, executive director The MSC Cruises director is almost as happy on two


wheels as he is on the open ocean, judging by his Twitter timeline. He’s pretty handy with a camera as well. Most likely to tweet about: Cruising and cycling


@BruceMartin Bruce Martin, Ginger Juice, managing director As someone who spends at least some of his time talking


to the travel industry about the benefits of social media, you’d expect Bruce Martin to be totally er, twiterate. Thankfully for us (and his business) he is! Most likely to tweet about: Anything new


@hurrymurray Murray Harrold, business travel agent Airlines, politicians and er… the travel press – few escape the


wrath of this acerbic tweeter. He is not afraid to use more than 140 characters to express a view and often enters debates with others on this list. Most likely to tweet about: The annoyances of modern life


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Sample tweet: “If someone pronounces Dubai as Doobuy you know they’re not going to like it. #travelguides”


@voiceinlondon Matthew Beckwith, City Cruises, director One of TTG’s 30 Under 30


TWEETS FOLLOWERS 13.4K


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Sample tweet: “With all the atrocities in this world, should the colour of a dress really make headline news? What’s wrong with people?”


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Sample tweet: “It’s damn hot in London already today. A sea breeze on an @MSC_Cruises_UK holiday would be the ideal antidote!”


TWEETS FOLLOWERS 3,501


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Sample tweet: “Wow! <<insert website/company name>> just changed something about <<insert thing>> and people are losing their minds. A bit overused, eh?”


TWEETS FOLLOWERS 15.4K


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Sample tweet: “I am coming off Twitter for today, too many really, really irritating things going on.”


TWEETS FOLLOWERS 44.9K


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@darrington_a Amanda Darrington, Kuoni UK, head of trade sales According to her Twitter feed, Amanda Darrington is


checking off Venice, Abu Dhabi, Antigua, Sri Lanka, Ibiza, and, er, Camber Sands. She’s also a key contact for agents across the country and definitely worth a follow. Most likely to tweet about: Trade partners


@travelchief Dom Carrick, If Only, business development manager Another tweeter who offers a


glimpse of life on the road. Frequently spotted with partner in crime Neil Sealy at events, watch out for him at the late-night bar. Most likely to tweet about: Rugby and long-haul travel


alumni, the City Cruises director is a regular chronicler of life on the river Thames. Most likely to tweet about: Water, water everywhere


Sample tweet: “Good morning London. The @citycruises boats are ready for #tubestrike. #lovelondon @TfL”


TWEETS FOLLOWERS 2,331


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Sample tweet: “Dinner for one in a strange hotel surrounded by strange people. This place is bizarre and I appear to have a golf range view from my room.”


TWEETS FOLLOWERS 5,619


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Sample tweet: “Interesting to see a major charter player now offering dual branded stores. @KuoniTradeTeam #originals


#sawitherefirst”


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