Seatrade Cruise Asia Pacific adds itinerary planning workshop delivered by CLIA

A full two-day conference programme will highlight latest trends in China and the wider Asia Pacific region. A full two-day conference programme will highlight latest trends in China and the wider Asia Pacific region.

An Itinerary Planning Workshop delivered by CLIA is part of the conference programme at Seatrade Cruise Asia Pacific 2017, taking place at the Delta Hotel by Marriott in Baoshan district of Shanghai, China, between November 1-3.

Designed to help those involved in the cruise business understand the thinking of different cruise lines when planning Itineraries, the activity planned for November 3, centres around an interactive game, ‘To Call or Not to Call’, where a member of a cruise line itinerary planning team competes against others to create the best itinerary and score the highest number of points.

Fun, interactive and competitive, the role-play workshop is open to all registered delegates attending Seatrade Cruise Asia Pacific, particularly those involved in shorex, ground handling and port/terminal operations.
 
CLIA Executive Partners attending the event will receive a 15% discount off the conference price.

On the opening day of the event on November 1, delegates will have the chance to visit either Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal or Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Yard, the site of upcoming cruise ship building activity in China as well as Huarun Dadong Dockyard already undertaking cruise shiprepair work.

Posted 27 September 2017

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Mary Bond

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