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February 24, 2016

See you soon!


From March 14th to 17th, the team at Cruise the Saint Lawrence will be attending Seatrade Cruise Global in Fort Lauderdale. For the occasion, Destination Saint Lawrence will be joining forces with our colleagues from the Canada/New England Cruise Alliance. Visitors will enjoy an overview of the full complement of ports spread out across this region of ever increasing popularity with cruise aficionados. Do make it point to visit Booth 1837 and meet the delegates from the nine Destination Saint Lawrence member ports of call. Whether you know a little or a lot about the destination, we shall be pleased to meet with you, share ideas for Saint Lawrence-based programs and let you in on a few of the secrets behind destination charm.    

If you are unable to be in Fort Lauderdale in March, we invite you to stop by and visit us during Cruise3Sixty scheduled to be held from June 1st to 6th in Vancouver. In addition to operating a booth during the exhibition component of the event, Cruise the Saint Lawrence will be teaming up with the ports of Québec and Montréal for a destination presentation and training session. Travel agents will be treated to a wealth of destination specifics designed to enable them to better sell the destination to clients and enhance revenues in the process.

Following Cruise3Sixty, the Canada/New England Cruise Symposium will be staged in New York from June 7th to 9th. Representatives from all Saint Lawrence member ports of call will be attending this key annual event. Cruise line and port of call delegates will be able to meet, discuss impending Saint Lawrence developments and draw up custom itineraries based on traveller needs and interests.
We hope to have the opportunity to meet with you in person at one of these events. Do drop by and say hello!

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