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By Cherie Weinstein, CTC, CIS, CITE, Project Manager at Landry & Kling Global Cruise Services Looking for a dreamy, high-end incentive program or nature-inspired special interest trip? An expedition on a small, sustainable ship is the way to go! In the small river and expedition cruise market, Aqua Expeditions is a unique brand offering voyages to the world’s most remote and pristine destinations. Their boutique luxury vessels have 15 to 20 identical suites and offer a 1:1 guest-to-guide ratio, personalized service, and authentic adventure experiences. I was not familiar with Aqua Expeditions, but was interested in exploring the Amazon river and chose

What does the future hold for the cruise industry? The CLIA Cruise Industry 2022 Outlook Report provides an in-depth look at an industry that has navigated uncharted waters to overcome unprecedented challenges. CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association) is the world’s largest cruise industry trade association representing more than 95 percent of global cruise capacity. Their report describes a future that is brighter than ever! Here are a few highlights of the 2022 Cruise Industry Outlook Report With science-backed protocols in place, CLIA ocean-going cruise lines work closely with worldwide governments to facilitate a smooth resumption of operations. Cruise ships have welcomed more

As the world prepares to welcome tourism post-COVID, more travelers have expressed a desire for authentic experiences that leave a light footprint. And beyond “doing no harm”, many also want to give back to the destinations and local communities they visit. This is the essence of the regenerative travel movement: The principle of leaving a place in a better state than when you arrived

Due to the pandemic, the world that we once knew has made a 180-degree shift and many are suffering. But here at Landry & Kling Global Cruise Services, we choose not to dwell on the negative but focus on finding opportunities in our industry for positive change. Early on, as cruise lines began to comply with the CDC’s “No Sail” orders, we appointed ourselves “Ambassadors of Hope” to lift the spirits within the cruise industry. Our company now actively supports a movement that is not only important to me personally but is also critical for the health and happiness of the

Due to the pandemic, the world that we once knew has made a 180-degree shift and many are suffering. But here at Landry & Kling Global Cruise Services, we choose not to dwell on the negative but focus on finding opportunities in our industry for positive change. Early on, as cruise lines began to comply with the CDC’s “No Sail” orders, we appointed ourselves “Ambassadors of Hope” to lift the spirits within the cruise industry. Our company now actively supports a movement that is not only important to me personally but is also critical for the health and happiness of the

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