Australia ready for summer cruise renaissance

25 August 2022

Australia's tourism industry is preparing for a resurgent summer cruise season, with 46 ships bringing economic opportunities back to ports around the country as part of a carefully managed cruising revival. Visiting international ships are set to make their first seasonal deployments and world-cruise stopovers in more than two years, joining the home-ported vessels already forging Australia's cruising recovery.

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Cruise industry celebrates first visit to Auckland

12 August 2022

New Zealand's cruise industry has set a course for recovery, celebrating the arrival of the first international ship to sail into Auckland's Waitemata Harbour in more than two years. P+O Cruises' Pacific Explorer is in Auckland today as part of a South Pacific cruise from Sydney, becoming the first international vessel to carry passengers to New Zealand since the start of the pandemic.

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CLIA webinars to help agents get the most from Cruise Month

2 August 2022

As the Australasian cruise community prepares for Cruise Month this September, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) will host two lunch-time webinars to help member travel agents get the most out of this year's campaign. Helping to mark the return of cruising to Australia and New Zealand, this year's Cruise Month will take advantage of the renewed passion for cruising shown across the region.

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Cruise360 Australasia embraces renewal and opportunities in packed line-up

28 July 2022

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has announced details of its upcoming Cruise360 Australasia conference, celebrating cruising's revival Down Under with a packed program exploring renewal, opportunities, evolution, and authenticity. Hosted by television and radio presenter James O'Loghlin, this year's Cruise360 conference will be held in Sydney on August 25, providing the Australasian cruise community with its first opportunity to reunite in more than two years.

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New cruise lines join packed Cruise360 Trade Show

19 July 2022

A proud fleet of new cruise line exhibitors has joined this year's Cruise360 Australasia Trade Show, joining well-known brands and destinations from around the world at the cruise industry's biggest event of 2022. Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has confirmed a full house of 44 major exhibitors at this year's Trade Show, taking place in Sydney on August 25 as part of the 2022 Cruise360 Australasia conference.

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CLIA agents gain expert insight as Destination Showcase returns

23 June 2022

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has announced the return of its popular Cruise Port and Destination Virtual Showcase, giving travel agent members a chance to gain practical insight into top cruise destinations around the world. The week-long webinar program will run from July 19 to 26 and will offer presentations from 12 CLIA Executive Partners, each providing essential information to ensure cruise clients get the most from their visits.

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Brisbane offers world-class facilities as it joins global cruise revival

2 June 2022

Queensland has joined the global cruise revival with today's visit by P+O Australia's Pacific Explorer, the first cruise ship to berth at the new Brisbane International Cruise Terminal at Luggage Point. Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Managing Director Australasia Joel Katz said the ship's arrival signalled the start of a revival in an industry previously worth around $1 billion a year to the Queensland economy.

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