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TECNZ, NZ Cruise conferences open for registration
1 Jun 2022   /

TECNZ, NZ Cruise conferences open for registration

Tourism Export Council of New Zealand and New Zealand Cruise Association have both opened registration for their annual conference.


NZ losing cruise with still no advice on maritime border – NZCA
5 Apr 2022   /

NZ losing cruise with still no advice on maritime border – NZCA

The PM says the govt is yet receive advice on reopening NZ’s maritime border.


NZCA, CLIA launch campaign to spur govt action on maritime borders
23 Mar 2022   /

NZCA, CLIA launch campaign to spur govt action on maritime borders

NZ is one of the last significant destinations that does not have solid plans to revive cruise, say industry groups.


NZCA to reconnect cruise, tourism industries with eye on October
18 Mar 2022   /

NZCA to reconnect cruise, tourism industries with eye on October

The association will tour the country in May to prepare the regions for a hopeful restart of cruise in October.


NZ Cruise urges “fast clarity” from govt after P&O cancels Auckland
24 Feb 2022   /

NZ Cruise urges “fast clarity” from govt after P&O cancels Auckland

The New Zealand Cruise Association is calling on the government to say when the industry can restart after P&O Cruises Australia cancelled its 2022 Auckland season.


NZCA’s Debbie Summers: Cruise now one of the safest holidays
25 Jan 2022   /

NZCA’s Debbie Summers: Cruise now one of the safest holidays

The association’s chair on the efforts to get cruise going again in NZ and why Q4 2022 remains the target, despite Omicron.


Cruise demand for NZ “strong”, bookings steady for 2022-23
20 Jan 2022   /

Cruise demand for NZ “strong”, bookings steady for 2022-23

Demand for cruises continues to be strong globally, including for passengers planning to cruise in New Zealand waters, according to the New Zealand Cruise Association.


NZ Cruise sets 2022 conference venue, date
16 Dec 2021   /

NZ Cruise sets 2022 conference venue, date

The New Zealand Cruise Association will hold next year’s Cruise Conference at Auckland’s Aotea Centre.


NZ Cruise welcomes Ruby Princess finding
9 Dec 2021   /

NZ Cruise welcomes Ruby Princess finding

The New Zealand Cruise Association says a New Zealand Customs’ investigation has confirmed that the Ruby Princess and its local port agents made appropriate health declarations when the ship visited New Zealand in March 2020.


NZCA strategy targets trans-Tasman bubble cruises in 2022
12 Jul 2021   /

NZCA strategy targets trans-Tasman bubble cruises in 2022

The New Zealand Cruise Association wants rapid testing in place and safe bubble cruising for larger ships with reduced guest numbers in 2022.


NZ Cruise “shocked, bewildered” at Le Lapérouse treatment
1 Feb 2021   /

NZ Cruise “shocked, bewildered” at Le Lapérouse treatment

The denial of visas to 61 crew tarnishes NZ’s cruise friendly reputation, says NZCA.


Domestic cruises get go ahead – NZCA
12 Oct 2020   /

Domestic cruises get go ahead – NZCA

Christchurch-based travel agency Heritage Expeditions has secured permission to begin domestic cruises in New Zealand, says the New Zealand Crusie Association.


NZ loses 70k cruise guests, 262 port visits due to Covid
31 Aug 2020   /

NZ loses 70k cruise guests, 262 port visits due to Covid

More cancellations are expected but there is also hope for a domestic-only season, says NZ Cruise.


Hopes for Kiwis-only cruises stalled by Covid outbreak
19 Aug 2020   /

Hopes for Kiwis-only cruises stalled by Covid outbreak

The New Zealand Cruise Association says progress on a domestic-only cruise season has been pushed back by the latest Covid-19 outbreak and delayed election.


NZ Cruise lambasts Govt, launches recovery plan
25 Jun 2020   /

NZ Cruise lambasts Govt, launches recovery plan

The Government’s ban on cruise ships in New Zealand waters is “purely political” and a bid to calm “nervous communities”, the New Zealand Cruise Association told it members Wednesday.