Tagged: CLIA UK & Ireland


Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines partners with CLIA to host IMO Maritime Safety Committee on board ‘Braemar’ in Southampton

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines was pleased to partner with the Cruise Lines International Association (‘CLIA’) to welcome 28 senior officials from the International Maritime Organization’s (‘IMO’) Maritime Safety Committee on board its cruise ship, Braemar, in Southampton in June 2019. (more…)

Boutique cruise yacht operator Variety Cruises joins CLIA

Variety Cruises' Harmony GVariety Cruises, which operates a fleet of small yacht-style cruise vessels, has become a member of the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA). Boasting 11 fully owned boutique cruise yachts with capacities ranging from 17 to 36 cabins, Variety Cruises aims to use its CLIA membership to develop and build relationships with travel agents across the UK. (cruiseandferry.net)

Cruise industry contributed €10.4 billion to UK economy 2017 – CLIA

Cruise Lines International Association - CLIA (logo)Findings from a report conducted by the Business Research & Economic Advisors (BREA) on behalf of Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) concluded that the cruise industry generated €10.4 billion to the UK economy in 2017, representing around 22% of the cruise industry’s ‘total output’ across Europe, CLIA said in a statement. (cruisebusiness.com)

Expedition cruise agency Polar Routes joins CLIA

Expedition cruise agency Polar Routes has become a member of Clia to raise awareness of its specialist services across the UK and Ireland. The UK-based company was recently relaunched, expanding its programme to include destinations including the Norwegian coast, Arctic, Greenland, Iceland, North Pole and Antarctica. (travelweekly.co.uk)


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UK Ocean and River Cruise Passenger Numbers Set New Records in 2016

A record 1.9 million holidaymakers from the UK and Ireland took an ocean cruise in 2016 — up by 100,000 on 2015. The 5.5 percent increase outpaced all other European cruise markets and put the UK just behind Germany, which passed the two million mark for the first time, according to figures released by the Cruise Line Industry Association. (cruisecritic.com)

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