CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – March

PRINCE RUPERT : 'AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCE' “We are expecting 30 cruise calls this year and the same number of passengers as in 2017, approximately 17,000,” said Brian Friesen, marketing manager at the Prince Rupert Authority. “Last year we had 26 calls and 17,000 passengers, over double what we saw in 2016, which was double


CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – February

NANAIMO CONCENTRATES ON ‘WHITE GLOVE SERVICE’ With 10,366 passengers and 4,450 crew last year, David Mailloux, manager of communications and public affairs for the Nanaimo Port Authority, said he was expecting similar numbers this year. Among the callers will be the Explorer of the Seas, one of the largest ships in the Alaska


CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – January

CONNECTING LOCAL BUSINESS WITH SEATTLE'S CRUISE INDUSTRY  Cruise Connections featured an opportunity for Pacific Northwest suppliers, tour & attraction operators, tourism & port representatives to meet key cruise executives, discuss industry & business prospects and current issues. Sponsored by the Port of Seattle, Visit Seattle, and CLIA North West and Canada,


CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – December

  CONGRATULATIONS TO CARLY AND SEAN ON THE ARRIVAL OF THEIR DAUGHTER SIERRA LOUISE (WIGNES) BILNEY Join us in congratulating Carly & Sean on the arrival of Sierra Louise (Wignes) Bilney born at 3:00 am - Dec. 15th at 20.5 inches and 7.37 lbs           JENNIFFER HERNANDEZ JOINS CLIA-NWC CLIA-NWC is


CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – November

CLIA-NWC CELEBRATES 2017 PACIFIC NORTHWEST CRUISE SEASON IN SEATTLE More than 100 people gathered in Seattle to celebrate the close of a successful 2017 cruise season in the Pacific Northwest. Business partners, port representatives and members of the US Coast Guard were among guests celebrating with cruise line representatives at the Edgewater Hotel on November


CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – October

DOES VANCOUVER NEED A NEW PORT? Before I ever began writing about cruises for a living, I used to work in Vancouver’s animation industry. From April to October, I’d usually walk from our offices on Howe Street, and later Water Street, over to Canada Place to spend my lunch hour watching the cruise ships at


CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – September

PLAN A CRUISE MONTH BEGINS IN OCTOBER October is Plan a Cruise Month – a worldwide movement to learn more about, plan and take a cruise vacation. The campaign offers advice, special cruise line deals and promotions as well as experts to help navigate the many cruise vacation options available for every travel style and budget. Did


CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – August

QUEBEC CITY ANNOUNCES ITS FIRST CRUISE MONTH Québec City has announced its first ever Cruise Month, which will kick off September 16, 2017 and run through October 16. Québec’s Cruise Month will celebrate a booming cruise industry in the region, according to a statement. The Port of Québec is poised to have a record-breaking year with


CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – July

BOOM IN CRUISES TO ALASKA At least 100,000 people leave Vancouver every month and head for Alaska, but they are not jamming the airports and highways. This bold rush to the cold happens on cruise ships, 2,000 passengers at a time. By taking advantage of last minute offers, shoulder season prices (June and September) and


CLIA North West & Canada Cruise News – June

CANADA/NEW ENGLAND TARGETS YEAR-ROUND OPERATIONS The Canada/New England region is bullish on its 10-year plan, which calls for becoming a year-round destination for cruise calls, representatives from the regional alliance recently said at the 19th annual Cruise Canada New England Symposium in Montreal. “Over the next 10 years, the organization will be working to enhance

Go to Top