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Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) will conduct a series of online education webinars next month to help travel agents learn more about 15 new cruise ships due to launch in 2023.

Registrations are now open for the one-hour sessions, which are available exclusively to CLIA member agents and will run from Monday 6 February until Wednesday 15 February. Agents can register for the sessions they wish to join via the CLIA Members Hub.

Viewers will collect CLIA points for tuning in live, collecting codewords and completing a quiz on various topics relating to each new ship.

The schedule of presentations is as follows:

  • Monday 6 February (11:30am AEDT) – Silver Nova (Silversea Cruises) and Explora I (Explora Journeys)
  • Tuesday 7 February (11:30am AEDT) – SH Diana (Swan Hellenic) and Seven Seas Grandeur (Regent Seven Seas Cruises)
  • Wednesday 8 February (11:30am AEDT) – Oceania Vista (Oceania Cruises) and Celebrity Ascent (Celebrity Cruises)
  • Thursday 9 February (11:30am AEDT) – Norwegian Viva (Norwegian Cruise Line) and MSC Euribia (MSC Cruises)
  • Monday 13 February (11:30am AEDT) – Seabourn Pursuit (Seabourn) and Resilient Lady / Brilliant Lady (Virgin Voyages)
  • Tuesday 14 February (11:30am AEDT) – Carnival Jubilee (Carnival Cruise Line) and Emerald Sakara (Emerald Cruises)
  • Wednesday 15 February (11:30am AEDT) – Icon of the Seas (Royal Caribbean International) and Scenic Eclipse II (Scenic)

“This showcase will provide travel agents with valuable information about new ocean cruise ships scheduled to debut in 2023 – including ship facts; dining, entertainment and accommodation options; public spaces; new innovative features and designs; and what type of experience guests can expect when they step on board,” CLIA said.