CLIA Applauds Dickinson, Kassner and The Love Boat

Cruise Lines International Association has announced the three inductees for its 2006 CLIA Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame was created last year to honor outstanding travel agents, executives and other noteworthy figures whose extraordinary contributions have propelled the leisure cruise vacation industry to its present-day success. The inductees, to be celebrated at a ceremony on April 10 at the cruise3sixty show in Fort Lauderdale, include Bob Dickinson, president & CEO, Carnival Cruise Lines and Fred Kassner, founder, GoGo Vacations/Liberty Travel, as well as the classic television show, "The Love Boat" with actor Gavin MacLeod, who portrayed Captain Stubing, on hand for the induction.

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