Cruise Lines International Organization (CLIA) has announced their keynote speaker lineup for its 2019 Cruise360 Conference, held April 2-8 in sunny Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Cruise Lines International Organization (CLIA) has announced their keynote speaker lineup for its 2019 Cruise360 Conference, held April 2-8 in sunny Fort Lauderdale, FL. This year’s keynotes, featuring top industry leaders and influencers, will include:
- Adam Goldstein, Vice Chairman of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and CLIA Global Chair
- Gianni Onorato, CEO of MSC Cruises
- Ryan Serhant, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker and Star of Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing New York”
“We are excited to present a dynamic line-up of speakers and programming to inform, inspire and galvanize our community,” said Kelly Craighead, president and CEO, CLIA. “This year’s speakers bring a wealth of expertise and leadership to the stage and I have no doubt that we will leave the week with fresh ideas and in high spirits.”
In addition to the keynote speakers, each general session will include a panel discussion with top executives from across the industry, providing their unique perspective on the cruise landscape.
Cruise360, CLIA’s largest professional development event of the year, features 17 unique CLIA Seminars, 15 Ship Inspections, 24 cruise lines participating in Cruise Line Showcases, the popular Cruise360 Marketplace (Trade Show), product and destination workshops, and exclusive networking events, such as the gala Hall of Fame Cruise Industry Awards.
As the largest and only official conference of the cruise industry, Cruise360 brings together travel professionals, cruise line representatives, ports & destinations, industry suppliers and CLIA preferred partners for a truly panoramic view of the cruise industry. Travel agents interested in attending Cruise360 can learn more and register at Cruise360.org.
Media registration is open to members of the press who intend to report on the convention’s exhibition and conference sessions. Complimentary press registration applies to editors, writers and print or broadcast reporters at the discretion of the convention organizers’ media relations staff.