More than 350 elites of cruise industry converge at 3rd Seatrade All Asia Cruise Convention
|September 29, 2012||Posted by Overseas Sharing Communication China under Special Report||
As grand feast of global cruise industry, the 3rd Seatrade All Asia Cruise Convention revealed its charming presence on Sep. 26 at Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal in China. This three-day event gathers over 350 cruise elites both from China and abroad to contribute outstanding efforts in making progress for the promising cruise market in Asia.
Many questions to the ongoing market are guided to practical solutions on the nine convention theme forums, related to cruise procurement & supply, terminal operation & passenger handling, industry state, itineraries & destinations, markets potential, entrants, yards, operational challenges, cruise tourism and so on.
Liu Zinan, new Chairman of Asia Cruise Association (ACA) presents his opinion in deepen Asia market development, which is to enhance the cooperation with local tourism agents. And when discussing the problem that such luxury trip requires both rich in money and time, the present situation shows in general cases, that in Asia only those retired social elites and those middle-aged senior management who has legal annual leave can achieve this, which makes cruise travel really a luxury way of relaxing.
Senior executives from Royal Caribbean Cruises, Carnival Australia, Costa Crociere SpA, Silversea Cruises, Princess Cruises, Star Cruises and Victoria Cruises all have delivered speeches at this distinguished international event.