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Del Rio, Bayley, Montague sign on for FCCA in Cozumel

Del Rio, Bayley, Montague sign on for FCCA in Cozumel

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings' Frank Del Rio, Royal Caribbean International's Michael Bayley and Prestige Cruise Holdings' Jason Montague have joined the lineup of top cruise leaders who plan to attend the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association Conference & Trade Show.

The event is set for Oct. 5-9 in Cozumel.

They join already confirmed executives including FCCA chairman/Carnival Corp. & plc's Micky Arison, Disney Cruise Line's Karl Holz, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.'s Adam Goldstein, Carnival Cruise Line's Christine Duffy, Norwegian Cruise Line's Andy Stuart and MSC Cruises USA's Rick Sasso.

Arison will be on hand throughout the event and deliver remarks at the Oct. 6 opening session, which will also feature a keynote address by Disney's Holz. Goldstein will stage Round 2 of his table tennis challenge—following Round 1 in St. Maarten last year—to benefit the FCCA Foundation, which supports charitable causes.

The executives will participate in functions like the opening session and a round table workshop, and be accessible for networking and interaction during the trade show and at various social events.

Plus, key cruise executives from sectors including shore operations, port operations and development, itinerary planning and supply chain/purchasing will lead workshops and take part in one-on-one meetings pre-selected by attendees.

Registration: www.regonline.com/fccacozumel.

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