Travel Weekly's CruiseWorld early bird registration deadline has been extended until Oct. 6.
"We want to help support our travel agency partners in the Florida community who suffered from Hurricane Irma and all travel advisers throughout the country who have been working 24/7 to rebook and take care of customers," said Theresa Bednarczyk, event director for Northstar Travel Group, which produces CruiseWorld.
"We want as many of our industry colleagues to join us in Fort Lauderdale to support the destination, to celebrate resilience and to plan an amazing 2018."
The CruiseWorld conference will be held Nov. 15 through 17 at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center. Register now to save $74 off the onsite registration rate.
The show program features CEO keynote speakers, several exciting panels with industry leaders, multiple certification programs, supplier sponsored training workshops and peer-led educational breakout sessions. New to the program this year are TW Talks: rapid-fire educational sessions led by industry executives, and destination roundtables on some of the hottest places to travel right now.
Ship inspections will take place Nov. 18 and 19 and will enable attendees to visit the Carnival Vista, Holland America Line's Nieuw Amsterdam and Koningsdam, the MSC Divina, the Norwegian Escape and Norwegian Getaway, Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas and Allure of the Seas and the Celebrity Silhouette. Check cruiseworldshow.com/ship-inspections for more information and updates.
Visit CruiseWorldShow.com for more information, the complete program, a full speaker roster, ship inspection opportunities and to register.
Update: This report was updated to correct the amount an attendee would save on the onsite registration rate. It is $74.