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Registration Is Open for 31st Annual Cruise Shipping Miami, Scheduled March 16-19, 2015

Registration is available starting today for Cruise Shipping Miami, scheduled March 16-19, 2015. The cruise industry’s premier annual international conference and exhibition draws more than 11,000 attendees and nearly 900 exhibiting companies from over 125 countries.

Cruise Shipping Miami offers three levels of participant registration: the premium VIP All-Access Pass includes access to exclusive networking events and meals as well as expedited check-in and valet parking, and more; Conference Delegate, which includes three-day admission to the exhibition and all conference sessions, lunch vouchers and invitation to the Cruise Lines Welcome reception; and Exhibit Floor Only, which offers admission to the exhibition and Welcome Reception and a complimentary copy of the 2015 Event Directory/Yearbook. Each has a different price and different degrees of access to the conference and exhibition.

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Cruise Shipping Miami

The cornerstone of UBM’s Cruise Portfolio, Cruise Shipping Miami features a four-day conference that offers sessions Monday, March 16, through Thursday, March 19, and a three-day trade show at the Miami Beach Convention Center that runs Tuesday through Thursday.

„The conference lineup will continue to evolve this year, based on participant feedback and research, but will remain sharply focused on trends and timely topics, and we will bring in new speakers and panelists for fresh perspectives,“ said Christopher Dauer, Cruise Shipping Miami’s Brand Director. „And we’re adding new pavilions and creating additional opportunities for buyers and suppliers to interact during the exhibition.“

The current conference lineup includes four core tracks, including Shipbuilding, Operations and Technology; Destinations and Ports; Market Segments; and Product Development. The program will be updated as individual conference sessions are developed and tracks are refined.

In addition to national pavilions, the massive trade show, which covers all four halls of the convention center, also features business sectors highlighting information technology, ship design and refurbishment, ship services and hotel operations, ship equipment, amusements and recreations attractions, entertainment and destinations.

Who attends:
Exhibitors include ports and destinations, destination management companies, shore excursion providers, national tourism organizations, shipbuilders, design and refurbishment companies, ship equipment manufacturers, entertainment suppliers, amusements and recreations attractions, information technology, food and beverage suppliers, hotel and ship services providers.

Delegates and visitors include ship owners and operators, cruise itinerary/deployment planners, port and terminal developers, shipbuilding and refurbishment professionals, engineers, IT professionals, cruise line sales and marketing professionals, food & beverage procurement and provisioning executives, industry partners such as insurance companies, banks, financiers, consultants, associations and travel agents.

Miami Beach Convention Center, 1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139

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