Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific Conference 2013: Date Set

Press Release
Thursday, February 14, 2013

Third annual Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific Conference to meet in Singapore, October 8-10, 2013.

The two-day annual Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific conference provides an opportunity to assess the pace and direction of growth in the world’s newest and growing cruise sector. The conference is led by a panel of regional and international industry experts covering essential topics and providing valuable insights into the burgeoning Asia cruise market.

The event begins Tuesday, Oct. 8 with the Asia Cruise Tourism Summit, a gathering of high-level cruise line executives and ministerial-level tourism board representatives.

The conference program features cruise line executives, tourism officials, port operators, maritime suppliers, tourism organizations and cruise industry consultants discussing the opportunities and potential of the entire Australasia region for the cruise business.

Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific has the exclusive support of Cruise Lines International Association, the global association for the industry.

Proposed schedule of events:

Tuesday, Oct. 8 – Asia Cruise Tourism Summit for high-level cruise line executives and ministerial-level tourism board representatives.
Wednesday, Oct. 9 – Full conference and tradeshow.
Thursday, Oct. 10 – Full conference and tradeshow.

The conference will be held at Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre in Singapore; for more information click here.

 

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