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CLIA UK launches webinar programme for travel trade

Article-CLIA UK launches webinar programme for travel trade

Earlier this month, CLIA announced that its biggest trade engagement campaign would take place over the next 12 months
Cruise Lines International Association UK & Ireland revealed a number of webinars for the travel trade, spanning river, expedition and luxury cruising.

This follows the announcement earlier this month that CLIA's biggest-ever trade engagement campaign would take place over the next 12 months.

Webinars available to book now consist of River cruising - European rivers (June 22), River cruising - worldwide rivers (June 23), Expedition cruising - Antarctica (June 28), Expedition cruising - Arctic (June 29) and Expedition cruising - Galápagos (June 30). 

The expedition sessions are being arranged in partnership with the Association of Touring & Adventure Suppliers. 

More webinars to follow 

Several further webinars will be arranged later in the year, including Ultra-luxury cruising (September 21), Yacht and sail cruising (September 22), Expedition cruising (October 26) and Selling expedition (October 27). Registration will open in the summer. 

‘The specialist cruise sector is growing rapidly, so our comprehensive programme is designed to help agents take advantage of this demand by boosting both their understanding and selling expertise,’ said Andy Harmer, MD for CLIA UK & Ireland. ‘We’ve ensured there are a wealth of options available, to enable the trade to pick and choose the opportunities that suit them best.’

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