CLIA News

Report shows cruise industry environmental progress

6 September 2023

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) today released its 2023 Global Cruise Industry Environmental Technologies and Practices Report, showing concrete progress by the sector in advancing its environmental and sustainability agenda. "Cruise lines continue to transform the modern fleet to protect the oceans, air and destinations enjoyed by millions of passengers each year," said CLIA President and CEO Kelly Craighead.

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Almost 650 head to Brisbane for Cruise360 Australasia

6 September 2023

Almost 650 members of the Australasia cruise community will converge in Brisbane today as Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) hosts its first Cruise360 Australasia conference in Queensland. The sold-out event has attracted delegates from across Australia and New Zealand as the industry prepares for a bumper summer season of cruising down under.

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Removal of Covid-era measures in Australia confirmed

28 August 2023

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) today welcomed confirmation from NSW Premier Chris Minns that cruise-specific Covid-19 measures have been removed, effective immediately. This follows advice on Friday from Australia's Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly that measures had been removed at the federal level after a decision by the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC).

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Riding the Wave at Cruise360 Australasia

16 August 2023

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has announced the full line-up of international speakers and cruise industry leaders for its Cruise360 Australasia conference next month. Under this year's theme Riding the Wave, the event has been designed to give delegates all the insight and inspiration they need to thrive in a resurgent Australasian cruise market.

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International guests to explore far horizons at Cruise360

3 August 2023

Cruise360 Australasia will explore new shores next month as a panel of international leaders help unlock emerging opportunities in destinations around the world. Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has announced four visiting speakers who will join this year's conference in Brisbane, providing expert insight into the evolution of new cruise destinations.

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Cruise360 to explore the new cruising mindset with Virgin Voyages leader Nirmal Saverimuttu

26 July 2023

Cruise360 Australasia will explore the mindset of the modern cruise guest this September through the insight of Virgin Voyages President and Chief Experience Officer Nirmal Saverimuttu. Mr Saverimuttu is the latest international speaker confirmed by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) for this year's Cruise360 conference, to be held in Brisbane for the first time on September 7.

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Captain Cook Cruises Fiji partners with CLIA in Australasia

26 July 2023

Small-ship specialist Captain Cook Cruises Fiji has united with Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) to help build its presence in the Australian and New Zealand markets. The partnership brings the Fijian operator into CLIA's wider Australasian cruise community, made up of cruise lines from around the world as well as travel agent members from across Australia and New Zealand.

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Avalon Waterways President Pam Hoffee joins Cruise360 Australasia

19 July 2023

Cruise360 Australasia will take a journey on some of the great rivers of the world this September, as Avalon Waterways President Pam Hoffee takes the stage at the Southern Hemisphere's biggest annual cruise industry conference. Ms Hoffee is the first of several world cruise industry leaders to join the line-up for this year's Crusie360, which will be held in Brisbane for the first time.

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Travel agents to have their say on sustainability

12 July 2023

Thousands of travel agents across Australia and New Zealand will be able to share their views on sustainability and responsible travel through an industry survey launched this week by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA). The survey is part of a worldwide initiative to harness the insight of frontline travel advisors, whose input will help shape future trade resources and training materials.

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CLIA partnership provides FCTG with huge opportunity in cruise sales

4 July 2023

Customers booking cruises with Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) consultants across all leisure brands can expect to tap into greater expertise following an agreement between FCTG and Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA). The agreement provides the entire FCTG consultant and independent network in Australia and New Zealand with access to CLIA's globally recognised cruise industry training.

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