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“There is no justification”: cruise industry slams new tax

To feel the full effect of this story, Travel Weekly suggests imagining that CLIA Australasia boss Joel Katz has bull horns in the accompanying photo.

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CLIA kicks off month-long #ChooseCruise campaign

October means two things for us at Travel Weekly: firstly, it’s time to start making a Halloween costume for our dog, and secondly, summer cruise season has officially begun!

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ATTN AGENTS: Here’s CLIA’s guide to busting cruise myths

Who you gonna call? CRUISE MYTH BUSTERS! Or you can just read this handy guide which is probably just as, if not more, useful.

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“Travel agents are at the front-line”: CLIA’s Joel Katz talks fake news and norovirus

CLIA’s Australasian managing director gave us some great tips on how agents can increase their cruise sales so their customers can set sail. We know that was bad, but come on, it’s Monday.

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CLIA comments on Garden Island cruise docking rejection

Fancy sailing into Sydney only to be greeted by a bunch of cranes and cargo containers? This may be the reality for many tourists as Port Botany becomes the next contestant to solve berthing issues.

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First look at CLIA’s Cruise360 program deets!

Social media, sustainability and shifting demographics will be focal points for this year’s conference. Our focal point this morning is finding the best time to sneak out for coffee.

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CLIA MD Joel Katz: “we need to be ahead of the game or we’ll miss out”

To celebrate the release of the CLIA Australian Crusie Industry Source Market Report, we spoke with Katz about the government’s new commitment to berthing issues.

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Five reasons to use agents from CLIA MD Joel Katz

Joel Katz is the latest to toot agents’ horns, although we’re not saying he did drive-bys of travel agencies in order to do so.

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Cruise leaders voice their opinions on Sydney

by Hannah Edensor

Cruise bosses are voicing their opinions on Sydney’s cruising future. Sadly, it won’t involve singing to the back of Delta Goodrem’s chair on TV.

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How river cruising is shaking its ‘little sister’ status

by Hannah Edensor

Travel Weekly scored an exclusive with CLIA boss Joel Katz, however despite constant begging still couldn’t score a free river cruise.

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River cruising still “perceived as niche”: CLIA MD

by Hannah Edensor

With just 10% of Aussies choosing river cruising, CLIA’s boss is busting myths and taking names. Actually, he was a lot less dramatic than that.

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CLIA hits back at cruise emissions stats

CLIA has weighed in on the topic of cruise line emissions, although no scales were used in the process.

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