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Published on Thursday, May 20, 2021

CLIA launches 'Celebration of Cruise Week' as cruising resumes

To mark the long awaited resumption of cruising Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), is hosting a week-long series of free events exclusively for agents.

The 'Celebration of Cruise Week' will include dedicated sessions with industry experts and will help provide the trade with some unique training sessions.

Cruise Week takes place from 24 May with a variety of CLIA cruise lines and partners in twice-daily two-hour webinars to showcase their brands and latest initiatives. 

The sessions are intended to provide agents with insider information, and hints and tips to support sales as cruising resumes in the UK and globally.

Agents can choose to join as many sessions as they like.

The programme begins with Introduction by Andy Harmer, CLIA managing director and Tony Roberts, CLIA chair. 

Throughout the week, cruise lines including Celebrity Cruises, Silversea, Royal Caribbean International, Swan Hellenic, Virgin Voyages and others will be profiled.

Singapore Tourism Board, Beds Online, Greater Miami CVB and Abercrombie & Kent will also take part.

Andy Harmer, CLIA managing director UK & Ireland, said: "We're excited by the imminent return of cruise and are delighted to be able to launch our celebration week for agents. We're looking forward to providing the trade with all the latest information and advice."

"With a host of ocean and river cruise lines taking part, as well as a number of key partners, these sessions are not to be missed for agents."

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