CLIA to Celebrate Plan a Cruise Month

The AIDAperla will be setting sail in 2018 from Hamburg for the metropolises of Western Europe

Get your sea legs ready because October is Plan a Cruise Month. The month long campaign was created by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) to offer insight to travelers on the best cruise destinations, provide special cruise line deals and promotions, and to help travelers navigate the different cruise vacation options available for every travel style and budget.

This year, the event is showcasing worldwide cruise destinations in Europe, the Americas, Caribbean, Australasia, and Asia. Every week travelers can get an inside look at these destinations through videos, online content, and expert advice from travel agents. 

Additionally, this will be a great time to book a cruise because throughout October, cruise lines are offering exclusive deals and promotions. 

“Plan a Cruise Month is such an amazing opportunity for anyone who loves to travel to learn more about the variety of today’s cruise vacation options as well as take advantage of deals and promotions as well as guidance from cruise experts,” said Cindy D’Aoust, president and CEO, CLIA in a press release. “Today there are cruises to take you around the world from rivers in Asia and Africa to ocean cruises to the Galapagos Islands. A cruise can take you to some of the best global destinations aboard some of the most advanced cruise ships.”

CLIA has 15 offices around with world with representatives in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. The company supports policies and practices that promote a safe and sustainable cruise ship environment. 

For more information about the company or Plan a Cruise Month, visit 

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