CLIA News

CLIA Releases 2020 Environmental Technologies and Practices Report

9 September 2020

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) today released the Global Cruise Industry Environmental Technologies and Practices Report produced by Oxford Economics. The report highlights the progress that CLIA oceangoing cruise line members continue to make towards the development and implementation of advanced technologies and practices to achieve lower emissions, greater efficiencies, and a cleaner environment onboard, at sea and in port.

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New CLIA course sets sail on the world's great rivers

2 September 2020

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has introduced its latest education course for travel agents, World River Cruising, adding to the dozens of online training opportunities available as part of CLIA membership. The newest course complements CLIA's popular existing Elective, European River Cruising, and brings the total number of training courses available in Australasia to 81.

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CLIA gears up for packed season of online events

27 August 2020

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is planning a packed season of virtual events for its travel agent members, creating online opportunities for education and training involving many of the world's top cruise brands.Running through to December, CLIA will offer a busy calendar of cruise line webinars and a series of special-focus events on topics including river cruising, luxury cruising, and ports and destinations.

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CLIA welcomes European Maritime Safety Agency guidance on resumption of cruise ship operations

27 July 2020

CLIA and its member lines welcome publication of the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) guidance on resumption of cruise ship operations in the European Union. The EMSA guidance provides recommendations relating to the development of ship and port management plans, and the interaction between cruise operations and ports and terminals.

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Job losses could reach 13,000 if cruise suspension continues into summer peak

17 June 2020

The suspension of cruise operations is likely to cost Australia more than $1.4 billion in lost economic activity by mid-September and threaten the jobs of more than 4,800 people, according to analysis commissioned by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia. Conducted by economic analysts and forecasters AEC Group, the analysis shows the shutdown has already resulted in an economic loss of almost $500 million to the end of May, which in the absence of the Australian Government s JobKeeper program would have cost almost 1,700 Australian jobs.

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New CLIA training to support Cruise Champions

13 May 2020

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is backing the champions of the cruise community with a new online course for travel agents, helping them to gain a greater understanding of the industry and help combat common misperceptions. Called Cruise Champion, the new course is an interactive program that takes travel agent members deeper into the workings of the global cruise sector and offers them the knowledge to become ambassadors for the industry.

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CLIA Australasia takes education to the next level

4 May 2020

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has launched its next-generation education platform, giving travel agent members access to a new learning experience in a single, streamlined location. Now live, the entirely new platform has introduced new features, new content and simplified services to make travel agents' work easier and boost their cruise knowledge.

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