New cruise lines join Cruise360 trade show

New cruise lines join Cruise360 trade show

A 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. Tickets for the event are available online, but places are limited and should be secured now.

First-time exhibitors at Cruise360 this year include MSC’s new luxury brand Explora Journeys, Disney Cruise Line, Heritage Expeditions, Quark Expeditions and Hapag Lloyd Cruises.

Attendees at Cruise360 in 2019

Attendees at Cruise360 in 2019

New destination and Executive Partner exhibitors include Cruise360 headline sponsor Qatar Tourism, alongside national carrier Qatar Airways. The event will also include CLIA charity partner Mercy Ships.

“The Cruise360 Trade Show is always a key attraction at Cruise360 Australasia, but this year’s event will provide a really valuable opportunity to reconnect with the world’s cruise lines and find out more about new exhibitors,” said CLIA Australasia director of membership & events Marita Nosic.

“It’s a chance to meet representatives of multiple cruise lines all in the one place, while also connecting with top CLIA Executive partners and cruise destinations from around the world.”

Cruise360 Australasia will be held at the Hyatt Regency Sydney on Thursday August 25, 2022, featuring a full-day line-up of expert speakers and cruise industry leaders.

This year’s event is the first since 2019 and will also feature a new industry-wide welcome cocktail party on the night of Wednesday August 24, open to all conference delegates.

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