The London CRUISE Show

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The London CRUISE Show will be sailing into the Olympia, London exhibition space for its seventh year to bring the best in consumer cruise travel for all of those within the hospitality industry. The leading event of its type within Europe, the London CRUISE Show will be taking place on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th February 2015.

Members of the world’s leading cruise lines and various tour operators will be there, offering their expert opinion and advice on a diverse range of topics. The agenda is packed full with four theatres, from the Ask The Experts Theatre which will house a number of debates with various panels of experts to discuss various travel styles, trends and destinations. While some of the talks are perhaps more targeted towards the traveller, such as Cruising for Newcomers, Where to Cruise? and Cruising for Families, it is the perfect way to gauge what it is that consumers are hoping and looking for in their future cruise holidays. The Meet the Cruise Lines Theatre offers an insight into some of the leading cruise companies throughout the world, from P&O Cruises and Princess Cruises.

There are also a number of talks that are yet to be confirmed, but with a stellar line up so far we are sure they will all be very interesting. Of course, you can’t have an exhibition based around cruising without bringing smaller ships into the mix. The Small Ship Cruising Theatre will be looking at small ship cruising as well as luxury experiences and river voyages, and the adventures that these vessels can take travellers on. Often allowing a more intimate feel to a cruise, talks include Voyages to Antiquity, Combining the Best of Cultural Travel with the Benefits of Smaller Ship Cruising and Cruise and Maritime Voyages.

Traditional British Cruising, Smaller Ships, Friendly Service, to name but a few. The TRAVEL + CRUISE Theatre covers everything from advice for mature travellers, to information about some of the most amazing voyages on the planet including the Galapagos Islands and Newfoundland. From these theatres and amazing talks you will gain such fantastic insider information and knowledge on just what the next few years will bring to the cruise industry. With exhibitors ranging from Thomson Cruises, Saga Cruises, Celebrity Cruises and Island Cruises, there are numerous benefits to attending and the wealth of information you will take with you is priceless. Tickets cost only £6 when purchased in advance or £10 on the door.

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