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Seatrade Cruise Virtual: Health & Safety kicks off today

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The first of a series of three consecutive one day virtual events starts today with Health & Safety the focus. The other targeted events focus on on-board Guest Experience and Technology & Innovations.

Wybcke Meier CEO of TUI Cruises is headlining Seatrade Cruise Virtual: Health & Safety presenting Using the Present to Inform the Future which first airs at 11.00 BST.

TUI Cruises was one of the first cruise lines to resume cruising already last summer and now has a many months long track record of safe operation.

In this exclusive interview with Seatrade’s Anne Kalosh, Meier provides an overview of what its been like to operate in this challenging period, sharing wins and hurdles and highlighting it is possible to run a cruise operation during a pandemic.

Delegates and any other sessions throughout the day, or series, can watch all the content on demand.

Other sessions include:

* Learn how communication between industries within tourism has informed cruise’s efforts against COVID-19 and the future in a Fireside Chat Series.

* International Updates focusing on COVID-19 prevention and containment.

* Learn about the practical challenges, technological solutions and best practices for onboard air quality in ship design.

* Hear first hand about advancements in maritime training including first-of-its-kind VR solu-tions.

Throughout the day sponsors will showcase products and services.

Three targetted events

Book a conference delegate pass and save up to 20% with our multi-event discount.

 

 

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