Welcome to Cruise Lines International Association - North West & Canada

Cruise Lines International Association – North West & Canada (CLIA-NWC), formerly known as the North West & Canada Cruise Association, is a non-profit association representing the major cruise lines that operate in the Pacific Northwest (British Columbia, Washington State, Alaska & Hawaii) and in Atlantic Canada and Quebec.

It was established in 1986 to develop strong partnerships with the communities in which its member lines are based and where they visit.

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Highlights

Canada/New England port developments lure cruise customers

Canada/New England port developments lure cruise customers

Around Canada/New England, ports are working hard to keep their cruise line customers happy, and Cruise Industry News caught up with some of the major players in Corner Brook at the 2014 Cruise Canada New England Symposium.

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Carnival expands scrubber technology

Carnival expands scrubber technology

Carnival Corporation, the world’s largest cruise company, announced plans to increase installations of its industry-first exhaust gas cleaning technology to more than 70 vessels.

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Royal Caribbean orders 4th Oasis, world's biggest cruise ship

Royal Caribbean orders 4th Oasis, world's biggest cruise ship

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has agreed with STX France to move forward on the order of a fourth Oasis-class ship for delivery in 2018.  The planned ship order was announced at the keel-laying ceremony for the third Oasis-class ship at the STX shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France. 

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Holland America Line named to 2014 World's Most Ethical Companies for third consecutive year

Holland America Line named to 2014 World's Most Ethical Companies for third consecutive year

For the third consecutive year, Holland America Line was named among the World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere Institute, a leading business ethics think-tank.

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