CLIA Expects cruise3sixty 2014 to Set Record

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) reports that more than 500 travel agents have already registered to attend the 10th annual cruise3sixty conference and trade show set for April 2-6, 2014, at the Broward Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

cruise3sixty is the largest cruise-focused travel agent association conference in North America, CLIA notes, and attracts participants from nearly all 50 states and Canadian provinces and international territories. 

The total number of delegates at cruse3sixty is expected to surpass 2,000 – the biggest attendance in the show’s history.

“The 10th anniversary gives us an exceptional opportunity to showcase the industry and our enduring commitment to the travel agent community,” says Christine Duffy, CLIA president and CEO. “We want to make this anniversary conference a truly memorable experience in South Florida.”

CLIA confirmed that the many of the most valued and popular elements of cruise3sixty will still be in place such as more ship inspections than any other conference, more accredited educational offerings, hundreds of exhibitors, and the lavish Hall of Fame celebration. New programming will be developed for the anniversary.

According to Duffy, every aspect of cruise3sixty 2014 will include new and original elements designed to celebrate the 10th anniversary and look ahead to the next 10 years.  

CLIA members and non-members can register now at Upon reaching sell-out status, cruise3sixty registrations will be managed by waitlist pending cancellations, CLIA said.


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