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Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is the world’s largest cruise association and is dedicated to the promotion and growth of the cruise industry.

CLIA’s mission is to promote policies and practices that foster a safe, secure and healthy cruise ship environment; educate and train you, its travel agent members; and promote and explain the value, desirability and affordability of a cruise holiday.

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CLIA Asia says “#ChooseCruise” this October

For the first time, #ChooseCruise – an October month-long worldwide campaign will be rolled out in Asia. #ChooseCruise aims to promote cruising as the preferred holiday style and encourages travellers to book their dream cruise holiday via a Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA)-accredited travel agent. “#ChooseCruise has been very successful in other regions, and we … Continue reading CLIA Asia says “#ChooseCruise” this October

CLIA’s 2018 Asia Cruise Trends reports favourable outlook for Asia

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), today, released their 2018 Asia Cruise Trends, a comprehensive analysis of the cruise industry within Asia. “Asia once again showed impressive results in 2017 with most Asian source markets registering double-digit year-on-year growth,” said Joel Katz Managing Director for CLIA Australasia & Asia. “After another year of exceptional growth which saw … Continue reading CLIA’s 2018 Asia Cruise Trends reports favourable outlook for Asia

ASIA CRUISE PASSENGERS CROSS THE FOUR MILLION MARK IN 2017

A record-breaking 4,060,000 Asians took an ocean cruise in 2017 according to Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) – a 20.5 per cent increase from the 3,370,000 Asian passengers in 2016. At 20.5 per cent, the 2017 year-on-year growth is more than three times the global growth (6.3 per cent), way ahead of markets such as … Continue reading ASIA CRUISE PASSENGERS CROSS THE FOUR MILLION MARK IN 2017

Travel Agencies urged to equip themselves with cruise knowledge to cater to the growth in cruise travellers

Singapore, 19 March 2018 – Cruise travel amongst Singaporeans is on the rise with passenger numbers from Singapore showing an increase of close to 20% between 2015 and 2016. The surge in cruises sailing out of Singapore and a keen interest in cruise from travellers will continue to fuel this growth. As the overwhelming majority … Continue reading Travel Agencies urged to equip themselves with cruise knowledge to cater to the growth in cruise travellers

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