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Registrations are now open for the New Zealand Cruise Association’s 2018 Conference, to be held in Blenheim from 23 – 24 August.
Ports of Auckland has released the results of its study into the feasibility of using shore power for cruise ships berthed in Auckland.
The estimated value of cruise spend in New Zealand during the 2016-17 season was slashed by $318m in yesterday’s Tourism Satellite Account, prompting questions over the accuracy of previous industry assessments.
Cruise Lines International Association Australasia has announced that it has signed Memoranda of Understandings with the Australian Cruise Association and the New Zealand Cruise Association.
Ports of Auckland will impose new passenger levies to pay for the city council’s $10m plan to accommodate larger cruise ships.
Stats NZ has released its first cruise ship traveller statistics providing insight into the number of passengers and crew arriving and departing New Zealand
IDNZ Destination Management has hired two key account managers as it prepares for the busiest summer yet for New Zealand’s booming cruise sector.
The arrival today of Radiance of the Seas in Wellington marks the start of the summer cruise season in the capital which is expected to inject around $65m into the regional economy.
The cruise season has officially kicked off for 2017/18 with record numbers of passengers set to sail into Auckland over the next eight months.
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Senior cruise line executives have given the Labour Party’s plans to implement a $25 tourist tax short shrift.
New Zealand’s cruise industry body has a new board, a new brand and a new name following its AGM in Auckland this week
Tourism NZ would consider a targeted, cruise specific campaign when the numbers justified it and the timing was right.
Our full editorial write-up of the event, including panel discussions and presentations, appears tomorrow, Friday 1st September.
Destination Marlborough is delighted to announce that the New Zealand Cruise Association Conference will be held in Marlborough in 2018.
The New Zealand cruise sector is continuing to boom, with the contribution it makes to the nation’s economy projected to increase 43% in the next two years to $640m in the 2018/19 season.
A record number of delegates are converging on Auckland today for the first full day of the Cruise New Zealand 2017 Conference.
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia is experiencing unprecedented demand from New Zealand travel agents to attend the Cruise360 conference being held in Sydney next month.
Regions keen to capture a bigger share of the fast-growing cruise market will have an opportunity to highlight what they are doing to improve port facilities at this year’s Cruise New Zealand Conference in Auckland, 29 August.
Another record cruise season is expected in 2017/18 with the benefit to the New Zealand economy estimated to be worth more than $500m.