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Cruise New Zealand 2014 Conference Opens for Registration

20 June 2014

Cruise New Zealand 2014 Conference Opens for Registration

Cruise New Zealand is proud to present their 2nd annual conference.

Boasting keynote speakers, Chris Allen, Associate vice president of Global Deployment and Itinerary Planning for Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited and John Stoll, vice president of Land Programs for Crystal Cruises, Cruise New Zealand is excited about the market intelligence its delegates will glean from these influential speakers.

“We are very honoured that RCCL’s Chris Allen and Crystal Cruises’ John Stoll have agreed to address our members and wider stakeholders. Both are highly influential in their field and we’re confident delegates to our key industry event will get a much better awareness of the sector,” said Raewyn Tan, General Manager of Cruise New Zealand.

Chris Allen will discuss global deployment trends and gearing up for large ships and John Stoll will provide an insight into the luxury end of the market.

Local operator, Port of Napier, will complement the programme that will be held in Napier, at the recently opened MTG Hawke’s Bay. Art Deco Trust will host delegates to a cocktail function before dinner at Mission Estate Winery.

Cruise New Zealand warmly welcomes all members and non-members to attend the Cruise New Zealand 2014 Conference.

Registration is now open on Cruise New Zealand’s website

Members cost NZD 150 and non-members cost NZD 250 to attend.

The Cruise New Zealand 2014 Conference is supported by Hawke’s Bay Tourism, Port of Napier, Art Deco Trust, Nimon & Sons, Napier-i-SITE, Hastings District Council, Sileni Estates, Art Deco Masonic Hotel and Mission Estate Winery.

Cruise New Zealand is the industry association of New Zealand’s cruise sector. Established in 1994, Cruise New Zealand aims to provide leadership and to ensure the sustainable growth of the New Zealand cruise industry. Its membership includes ports, Regional Tourism Organisations (RTOs), ground handlers, tour operators, local government authorities, provedore, shipping agent, airline and Tourism New Zealand. Cruise New Zealand 2014 Conference is the key industry event for the cruise sector and is open to all members and non-members.


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