Dream Vacations’ 2019 Conference to Sail on Symphony of the Seas

Symphony of the Seas Float Out

Dream Vacations, CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. report that their 2019 National Conference will take place onboard Royal Caribbean International’s Symphony of the Seas, setting sail from Miami October 19, 2019. During the conference the ship will cruise to St. Maarten, Puerto Rico and Labadee in the eastern Caribbean, offering educational opportunities and networking over the course of seven days.

Each National Conference has an overarching theme that forms the foundation and centerpiece for the content during the conference and throughout the upcoming year. The itinerary includes educational and networking opportunities, as well as multiple fundraisers for signature charity Make-A-Wish. Agents who attended last year’s National Conference reportedly experienced a 34 percent increase in performance.

The Symphony of the Seas launched in March as the world’s largest cruise ship. Like its Oasis-class sibling vessels, the ship has a seven neighborhood design concept with the Central Park outdoor interior space as its centerpiece. Other onboard amenities include simulated surfing and a zipline crossing Central Park, as well as 23 pools and over 20 dining venues.

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The 2018 National Conference, which is themed “Inspire,” takes place October 20-27, 2018, aboard Norwegian Bliss. Agents can use the #InspireConference hashtag to follow the latest updates leading up to the annual Dream Vacations, CruiseOne and Cruises Inc. conference, as well as for news during the week at sea.

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