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Last chance to get a spot at FCCA-PortMiami Return to Sail Summit

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Just a few tickets remain for the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association-PortMiami Return To Sail Summit on June 22 featuring top cruise line leaders and operations and employment workshops.

This daylong live event hosted and sponsored by PortMiami is limited to 200 attendees in addition to top brass from FCCA member lines and is close to selling out.

'View from the Top'

Cruise group/line CEOs and presidents will participate in a 'View from the Top' session about when and how cruising will return to the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America and South America.

Operations and employment workshops

Plus, numerous other high-level executives will take part in operations and employment workshops.

Members of the FCCA Operations Committee will share details on the new protocols in cruise destinations, including the impact for tour operators and shore excursion operations, while the FCCA Employment Committee will discuss developments that create more opportunities for cruise line jobs.

Companies and brands represented include Carnival Corp. & plc, Royal Caribbean Group, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, Carnival Cruise Line, Disney Cruise Line, Holland America Group, MSC Cruises USA, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Royal Caribbean International, SeaDream Yacht Club, Silversea Cruises and Virgin Voyages.

Information/registration: https://fcca-portmiami.eventbrite.com.

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