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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!

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“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.

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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.

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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.

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CLIA’s dire warning to the government

CLIA has warned of dire consequences if Australia’s cruise suspension continues beyond 17 September, and JobKeeper isn’t extended for agents and others in the travel industry.

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“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.

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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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CLIA works to rebuild trust in cruising post-coronavirus

The cruise industry is getting ready to welcome guests back on board with hefty new health and safety measures that go just short of wrapping them in bubble wrap.

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Cruise Wrap: CMW and Hurtigruten extend suspensions, Carnival’s new shareholder + MORE

Travel Weekly is doing its best to prevent you from watching Netflix’s entire content catalogue with plenty of news in this week’s Cruise Wrap.

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CLIA to launch “next-level” education platform

The cruise industry body claims its new platform is “next level”. However, that’s not to say agents will be required to climb stairs or use an elevator to access it.

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European cruise line’s ANZ expansion receives boost from CLIA

CLIA Australasia is giving a European river cruise company a boost. However, that’s not to suggest Joel Katz is helping lift passengers up onto its ships or anything.

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REVEALED: All the finalists for the 19th annual Cruise Industry Awards

Do you recall submitting an entry for CLIA’s 19th annual Cruise Industry Awards last year? Find out if you’re in with a chance here.

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