CLIA voices support for new European cruise safety guidelines
The new guidelines aim to set a benchmark for maritime operations in the EU, bringing European summer cruises one step closer. Woo-hoo!
“Hang in there with us”, CLIA’s global chairman tells agents
by Huntley Mitchell
Travel Weekly got to speak with Adam Goldstein during CLIA’s recent media roundtable. Here’s his message for agents.
Cruise industry marks International Day of the Seafarer
Travel Weekly’s editor is celebrating International Day of the Seafarer by watching all nine seasons of The Love Boat, but will steer well clear of that terrible Below Deck series.
Agents invited to ask CLIA’s Joel Katz their burning cruise questions
Want to know more about the current state of cruise and how it will recover? CLIA’s Australasian boss is ready and raring to respond.
“We will support it in any way we can”: UK Prime Minister backs cruise industry
by Christian Fleetwood
Boris Johnson has thrown his government’s support behind the cruise industry, as it continues to wade its way through what are some very choppy conditions.
Cruise Wrap: CLIA’s Dubrovnik partnership pays off, Princess extends pause + MORE
Hop on board this week’s cruise news extravaganza! And by hop on board, we mean quietly read this post, preferably in the comfort of your home office.
Cruise Wrap: CLIA offers training to non-members, more lines extend pause in operations + MORE
Travel Weekly staff dread Cruise Wrap days because they usually result in our deputy editor singing Enya’s “Orinoco Flow”, until we lock her in a cupboard.
Australian Border Force extends cruise ban by three months
Those of you who had clients ready and raring to sail out by mid-June may want to prepare a stiff drink before reading this.
Gavin Smith re-appointed chairman of CLIA Australasia
A familiar face has returned to CLIA Australasia’s boardroom, and we’re not talking about the office cleaner.
Cruise Wrap: Silversea to welcome new ship, Scenic expands suspension, CLIA’s new training offer + MORE
Since working from home, we’ve been using our daily wraps to work out what day it is. We’re not sure what this day used to be called, but it’s now officially Cruise Wrap Day.
Authorities warn Aussies against booking a cruise yet
The Tourism Minister is urging Australians not to book holidays that are currently banned, despite a surge in cruise bookings.
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