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Record numbers headed to Barcelona for Seatrade Med

Record numbers headed to Barcelona for Seatrade Med

The tenth edition of Seatrade Med Cruise Convention, taking place in Barcelona September 16-18, 2015 . has already achieved a record number of ports, destinations and suppliers showcasing their products and services on the exhibition floor.

High-profile cruise line executives Pierfrancesco Vago chairman, CLIA Europe, and executive chairman, MSC Cruises, Kyriakos (Kerry) Anastassiadis ceo, Louis Cruises, David Dingle ceo, Carnival UK, Adam Goldstein president & coo at Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, Michael Thamm ceo, Costa Crociere, and Jorges Vilches, president & ceo for Pullmantur Cruises.  will appear in the opening ‘State of the Cruise Industry in the Mediterranean’ plenary session.

The conference programme features over 40 speakers who will discuss topics such as the increasing popularity of upscale cruising, logistics and ship supply, maximising overnights stays in ports, marketing and sales, the relationship between cruise lines, ports and terminals, green innovations and also the development of cruise itineraries in the region.

A two-day travel agent training programme, provided by Cruise Lines International Association will also take place.

Additional news and information about Seatrade Med are available at cruiseshippingevents.com/med

The 2014 Seatrade Med Cruise Convention is owned and organised by UBM in partnership with Seatrade and in association with the Port of Barcelona.

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