Fourteen Ship Inspections Set for Cruise3sixty

Cruise Lines International Association announced that 14 of its member line ships will be available for agents to inspect at Cruise3sixty in Fort Lauderdale April 8–11. Agents who complete ship inspections earn credits toward CLIA's Cruise Counsellor Certification program. Ships schedule to be available for trade inspection include: Carnival Cruise Lines' Triumph and Fascination; Celebrity Cruises' Zenith; Holland America Line's Maasdam and Zuiderdam; Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Sun; Princess Cruises' Caribbean Princess, Sea Princess and Sun Princess; and Royal Caribbean International's Brilliance of the Seas, Jewel of the Seas, Majesty of the Seas, Navigator of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas. Last year's inaugural cruise3sixty, which celebrated CLIA's 30th Anniversary, sold out quickly. To ensure attendance, CLIA says agents should register as soon as possible at [www.cruise3sixty.com].

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