The Cruise Lines International Association plans to establish its
first travel agent advisory board later this year.
CLIA said the advisory board will “solicit honest advice from
CLIA cruise sellers and provide agency personnel with more input
into CLIA’s day-to-day operations.”
The advisory board will be made up of 25 CLIA-member retailers,
from traditional and online agencies to home-based and independent
agents. CLIA said it would accept nominations for the advisory
board through Aug. 1.