Top Level Cruise Line Executives to Participate in the FCCA Cruise Conference & Trade Show

The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association‘s FCCA Cruise Conference and Trade Show will take place in Curacao, October 1-5, 2012, where cruise executives from the FCCA Member Lines will gather to share ideas and discuss industry trends. Executives from the FCCA Member Lines will participate in a series of round table discussions along with the CEO’s who will offer an overview of their lines’ present and future.

{FILE IMAGE – BARBADOS PORT} The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) was created in 1972 by the Member Lines operating more than 100 vessels in Florida, Caribbean and Latin American waters, in order to discuss and exchange views on issues relating to: tourism development, ports, safety, security and other cruise industry issues. For more information, visit, the FCCA on Facebook, and @FCCAupdates on Twitter

The FCCA will pre-set meetings with select cruise executives on a one-on-one basis for pre-registered delegates registered and paid before August 31, offering a unique opportunity to meet with and promote your destination, tour, venue, product, etc. to the decision makers in the cruise industry.

Highlighted attention on the trade show floor will provide a steady flow of attendees to gain the attention of the cruise executives and industry partners. With expanded number of booths and special destination pavilion options, this will be the perfect way to showcase destinations as a team – from vendors who want to sell their products to the lines to tour and port operators, it gives a chance to showcase a destination that wants to display its entire product and make the greatest impact at the FCCA Cruise Conference & Trade Show.

The annual golf tournament has become an important resource for meeting top executives in an exclusive casual atmosphere, allowing attendees to play in a foursome hosted by a Cruise Executive and contribute to a worthy cause, the FCCA Foundation.

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