They are Aruba Tourism & Port Authority, Aquila, Chukka, Colombia, Colón 2000, Curaçao Ports, Discover Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Port St. Maarten, St. Maarten Tourism, St. Martin Tourism and Seamore, Cozumel.
‘I am humbled by the record success of our Seatrade Europe initiative this year, with 75% more partners than our first Seatrade Europe in 2017,’ FCCA President Michele Paige said. ‘More significant than the actual number is that it represents clear results that past partners have witnessed by working with us in Europe.’
Partners will have individual booth space to showcase their products, with all booths featuring private meeting areas, while the FCCA is coordinating meetings with some of the hundreds of executives from cruise lines in attendance.
Additionally, FCCA said it is working on other initiatives to further the exposure and opportunities for its Seatrade Europe partners, both at the event and beyond, with the association’s efforts continuing year-round to follow up on actionable items from prescheduled meetings.
Some of those discussions will continue at the FCCA Cruise Conference & Trade Show in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Oct. 21-25.