The conference commences with one night’s pre-cruise accommodation in Cairns on October 14 before embarking on a seven-night cruise to some of the most beautiful islands in Papua New Guinea.
US-based motivator Scott Koepf will again lead conference sessions focusing on how the cruise business is evolving and how consultants can take advantage of this booming segment of the travel industry.
The conference is open to all consultants who hold CLIA Ambassador level accreditation and are employed by a CLIA member travel agency.
After completing the course and a comprehensive post-conference assignment, agents will enter the Cruise Masters’ ranks.
‘The combination of P&O’s latest ship, Pacific Eden and Papua New Guinea, which is shaping up to be the next hot spot for cruisers, should make this year’s Masters particularly memorable,’ CLIA Australasia commercial director Brett Jardine said.
The event costs A$1,895 per person twin-share and A$2,435 for singles. It includes the seven-night cruise from October 15 to 22 in an outside cabin, as well as one night at Pullman Cairns International on October 14. Airfares are not included.
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