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CLIA releases more tickets, extends earlybird prices for Cruise360

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has increased the scale of its Cruise360 Australasia Conference in Sydney next year, releasing more tickets after the easing of venue capacity restrictions in NSW.

The event will now take place on a scale similar to past years, providing a chance to reunite the region’s wider cruise community as it embraces the industry’s international revival.

To be held on Friday 4 March 2022 at the Hyatt Regency Sydney, Cruise360 will mark CLIA’s first regional in-person gathering since the beginning of the pandemic.

Postponed from 2021, the rescheduled event will offer a packed program of keynote presentations, industry updates and interactive panel discussions – each designed to give travel agents essential insight as the cruise sector forges its path to recovery.

Cruise360 Australasia is open to all CLIA members, with earlybird rates available for bookings made by 31 December 2021.

The event will see the return of CLIA’s popular Cruise360 Tradeshow, plus delegates will be invited to a new industry-wide welcome cocktail party on the night of Thursday 3 March 2022.

Full details and the program line-up are expected to be announced in the new year.

To secure tickets at earlybird rates, CLIA members can book online at Cruise360 Australasia.


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