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EUROPE'S BIGGEST CRUISE SHOWCASE,


THE LONDON CRUISE SHOW IS RETURNING TO OLYMPIA LONDON


Launched in 2008, the show will once again return from Saturday 16th - Sunday 17th February 2019, bringing a host of exciting cruise themed exhibitions.


Olympia London will welcome the return of Europe’s biggest cruise showcase, The London Cruise Show. Whether it’s the offbeat destinations, once-in-a-lifetime expedition voyages or small specialist ships, The London Cruise Show is the perfect place for visitors to start their next cruising expedition. Packed full of information and inspiration, The London Cruise Show will unite the best specialist operators and holiday providers all under one roof.


Famed as Europe’s biggest cruise showcase, the event is designed to inspire, offering insight into what’s new for a cruise in 2019 and beyond.With the biggest collection ofworld-leading cruise lines and specialist operators on hand to answer those all important questions, visitors are given the unique face-to-face opportunities with the very best in the industry. Cruise Critic, Aurora Expeditions, Radisson Blu, Star Clipper and Oceania Cruises are just some of the many key partners who have signed up to exhibit at the show. Matt Gatfield, Event Director said, “The London Cruise Show is a fantastic place to discover what’s new in one of the most important pillars of the travel industry. Our thriving community of specialists alongside our newto cruise theatrewill no doubt inspire and informthe next generation of cruisers for 2019 and beyond.”


Introducing theNewto Cruise Theatre, the showwill also integrate a host of free talks from a range of cruise lines and travel experts aimed at beginner cruisers. With cruising becoming the fastest growing sector in the travel industry, innovative tailored cruises aremore important than ever to future travellers.Designed as an introduction to cruise, The New to Cruise Theatre will be the place for any new cruisers to listen and be part of aspirational talks and seminars, providing visitors with a choice of luxury, adventure and expedition, sail, ocean, river, family, gourmet and all-inclusive cruising options.


TheDestinations Theatrewill also be readily available to those in search of a specific destination voyage, highlighting popular cruise options in a country or continent of their choice. From Africa, Antarctica to Asia, Oceania, the Baltics and the Caribbean plus many more, tourist boards, cruise lines and industry experts will be on hand to showcase cruising options across nine different destinations.


The London Cruise Show is also pleased to welcome its sponsors Cruise Critic, Luxury Travel Guide, Vikings Cruises and Escapism, alongside newpartners Travelzoo and Lonely Planet, each who will be offering guests of the show access to informative talks and seminars, including expert tips and destination insight and education.


Every visitor attendingwill also receive a free goody bag on the day worth over £10 – a result of the Show partnering up with leading brand activation agency, Brand Planet. Each bagwill have a range of exciting products to enjoy on the day and after the show.


Standard tickets start from£6.50 per person and can be booked at:- www.theticketfactory.com/cruise-show-london


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