With more ships slated to return to the high seas in 2022, now is the time for cruise lines and travel agents to fine-tune their strategies to align with the consumer behaviours of the post-pandemic traveller.
Moving into the future, the focus has shifted from the restart of the cruise sector to the evolution of cruise lines, and how industry players can adapt and evolve according to new demands.
Aside from the change in consumer behaviour over the last 20 months, there is also a pressing need for the travel sector to get onboard the digital migration — because that's where the customers are.
The fifth edition of CruiseWorld Asia 2021 aims to shed light on these prevailing trends, along with the latest developments and first-hand insights from Asia’s leading
Taking place virtually on 14 December 2021 from 2.30pm to 5.00pm (GMT+8), this half-day virtual event will feature three panel discussions with leading speakers from NTOs, cruise lines and travel agencies on their projected outlook of the future and opportunities
for the industry.
Topics include future-proofing Southeast Asia's land and sea bases, latest on Genting Cruise Lines and Norwegian Cruise Line, as well as a practical travel agent education and training session.
There will also be an opportunity for networking on the virtual event floor during the 2.5-hour virtual event.
Click here to view the programme line-up or register for CruiseWorld Asia 2021.
CruiseWorld Asia 2021 is sponsored by Norwegian Cruise Line, Genting Cruise Lines, Royal Caribbean International, and in partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board.