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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Cruise industry celebrates first sailing from Sydney

31 May 2022

Australia's cruise industry has set a course for recovery, celebrating the first passenger sailing from Sydney Harbour after two years of suspension. P+O Australia's Pacific Explorer departs this evening on a four-night round-trip to Brisbane, the first international vessel to carry passengers from the east coast since the start of the pandemic.

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Ben Angell elected Chairman of CLIA Australasia

24 May 2022

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has announced the election of Ben Angell as its new Chairman following the association's annual general meeting in Sydney today. Mr Angell is Vice President and Managing Director of Norwegian Cruise Line APAC and takes over from outgoing Chairman Gavin Smith, the Vice President and Managing Director Australia for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, who concludes his two-year term.

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Cruise revival provides welcome boost for New Zealand tourism

11 May 2022

News that cruise ships will soon be able to return to New Zealand has provided a welcome boost for tourism operators in communities around the country, while also bringing clarity for the many thousands of Kiwis who love to holiday at sea. Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has welcomed confirmation that New Zealand's maritime border will reopen after July 31 ahead of the upcoming cruise season beginning in October.

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