CLIA News

Cruise360 Australasia heading to Brisbane in 2023

7 December 2022

The Southern Hemisphere's biggest annual cruise industry event will make its long-awaited debut in Queensland next year when Brisbane hosts Cruise360 Australasia for the first time. Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has announced Cruise360 will be held at Brisbane's Royal International Convention Centre on Thursday September 7, 2023, preceded by a welcome cocktail party on Wednesday September 6. Super-earlybird tickets are now available.

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Business Publishing Group walks the red carpet at CLIA Awards

1 December 2022

Business Publishing Group will join the cruise industry's biggest night of celebration next year as Media Partner for the 20th Cruise Industry Awards, hosted by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia. The publisher of Travel Daily, Cruise Weekly and TravelBulletin will carry all the news and photographs from the big night on 11 March when the award winners are announced at a gala event at the Big Top, Luna Park, in Sydney.

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New CLIA award to honour cruise line representative

9 November 2022

Travel agents will be able to celebrate their most trusted cruise line representatives through a new category introduced by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia for the coming 20th Cruise Industry Awards.The new Cruise Line Champion award will be presented to a cruise line representative in Australia or New Zealand who has gone above and beyond to support the travel trade, and who embodies CLIA's mission of educating, advocating, and promoting on behalf of the cruise industry.

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CLIA Awards return to celebrate resilience

1 November 2022

The cruise industry's biggest night of celebration will make a spectacular return next year as Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia hosts its 20th Cruise Industry Awards. Nominations open today for the first CLIA Awards in three years, allowing the cruise industry to honour the determination and resilience shown by the travel agent community across Australia and New Zealand.

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Cruise Industry demonstrates commitment to pursuing net-zero carbon cruising by 2050

19 October 2022

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) today released the results of its 2022 Global Cruise Industry Environmental Technologies and Practices Report, showing progress towards achieving the industry's vision of net-zero carbon cruising globally by 2050. The 2022 report reinforces the cruise industry's credentials as an innovator and early adopter of environmental technologies.

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New Zealand agents unite around cruising's revival at CLIA LIVE

18 October 2022

Dozens of Kiwi travel agents will help mark cruising's revival in New Zealand this week as they gather for a sell-out training program hosted by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA). Coinciding with the start of New Zealand's summer cruise season, 66 travel agents will join CLIA LIVE in Auckland today and tomorrow, allowing them to hear the latest developments and essential product insight from 26 major cruise brands.

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CLIA wins top education award at NTIAs

17 October 2022

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has been honoured at Australia's National Travel Industry Awards (NTIAs), receiving the award for 'Most Outstanding Travel Industry Training Institution'. Announced at a gala dinner in Sydney on Saturday night, the award recognises CLIA's extensive professional development program and the role it has played in supporting travel agents through the pandemic era.

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CLIA puts focus on Expedition Cruising with latest online showcase

6 October 2022

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia will put Expedition Cruising in the spotlight next month during its latest online education event for travel agents. Exploring new innovations in one of the most dynamic segments of the global cruise industry, CLIA's Expedition Cruising Virtual Showcase is the next in a series of web-based education opportunities for agent members and will be held daily from November 7 to 10, 2022.

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Cruise Month sets the scene for a vibrant cruise season Down Under

4 October 2022

Australia and New Zealand are gearing up for a vibrant summer sailing season as the local cruise industry celebrates a renewed public passion for holidays at sea and a successful 2022 Cruise Month. Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has released figures showing past passengers are ready to cruise again.

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Travel agent blitz puts spotlight on Cruise Month

23 September 2022

Australian and New Zealand travel agents have blitzed social media with thousands of Cruise Month posts, putting cruising back in the spotlight under the theme #LoveCruise. Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Managing Director Australasia Joel Katz said this year's Cruise Month had been met with a huge wave of support, capitalising on excitement around the worldwide cruising renaissance.

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