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YOU Travel Bethlehem, Zest4Travel, helloworld Strandon, Bon Voyage Cruises & Travel, Live Breathe Travel and House of Travel have all received accolades at the 20th Cruise Industry Awards in Sydney.
Cruise Lines International Association will bring its cruise showcase to Auckland in May with this year’s theme being “Cruising into the Future”.
Nominations are open for the 20th Cruise Industry Awards, held by Cruise Lines International Association Australasia.
Travel agents will have an opportunity to virtually explore top cruise destinations around the world in a week-long webinar programme from Cruise Lines International Association Australasia.
NZ is one of the last significant destinations that does not have solid plans to revive cruise, say industry groups.
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) says the number of passengers who have sailed worldwide since ocean cruise operations resumed last year has now passed three million.
Cruise Lines International Association will bring back its CLIA LIVE education series for 2021.
NZ’s cruise sector has lost around US$600m, says CLIA chair Adam Goldstein.
Cruise Lines International Association is offering its Australasian travel agent members bonus commissions and rewards.
Cruise Lines International Association has welcomed European Maritime Safety Agency guidance on the resumption of cruise ship operations.
Following its Annual General Meeting in Sydney today, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia announced the appointment of Carnival Australia President Sture Myrmell as the association’s new chair.
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