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CLIA to Host 2016 Technical & Regulatory Forum in London


20 April 2016 - Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) brings its Technical & Regulatory Forum back to London on Monday, 9 May. More than 15 cruise line decision makers will join CLIA Executive Partners at the second annual Forum, at the impressive nineteenth floor offices UBM, which offers panoramic views of the city of London.

The Forum builds on CLIA’s educational platform established over the past year, bringing together leading industry experts to discuss the most pertinent technical and regulatory matters affecting the sector. CLIA Cruise Line Members and Executive Partners engage and contribute to CLIA’s work with the International Maritime Organization, the European Union and other regulators around the world, ensuring that cruise operations remain safe and sustainable allows for continued industry growth.
 “We are delighted to bring CLIA’s 2016 Technical & Regulatory Forum back to London,” said David Dingle, Chairman, Carnival UK and Vice Chairman, CLIA Europe. "With greater visibility comes greater responsibility and, as the cruise industry continues to grow, so does the amount of regulation affecting our activities. Building on the platform established in 2015, we hope to once again gather the cruise industry’s regulatory experts to discuss the main challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.”

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