Following a four-year hiatus, Seatrade Cruise Asia Pacific will return next month from October 24 to 26 at the JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong.
Themed Rebuilding Asia Cruising Together, the event will feature panels, workshops and presentations addressing relevant regional trends, threats and opportunities, with each session led by a panel of cruising’s most influential leaders and experts. The conference programme will be headlined by the State of the Asian Cruise Industry session, diving into major industry updates, current trends and outlook for the region’s future.
The dedicated Supplier Showcase Zone will feature exhibitors including ports, destinations and service providers from across the region showcasing their latest facilities and products. Attendees will also have the opportunity to connect with colleagues through a variety of networking receptions hosted throughout the three days.
“Seatrade has been engaged with cruising in the Asia-Pacific region for 40 years, bringing cruise communities together to support the development of this emerging market,” said Chiara Giorgi, global brand and event director for Seatrade Cruise.
“Cruise operations are gradually restarting in this region with some markets returning strongly to near pre-pandemic levels. With several cruise lines already operating in the region and new players on the horizon, Seatrade is excited to be back in Hong Kong to continue supporting the recovery of the Asian cruise market.”