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

Cruise Lines Contributed $44 Billion to U.S. Economy in 2013

Cruise Lines Contributed $44 Billion to U.S. Economy in 2013

New data released by the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) show that the North American cruise industry continued to expand in 2013, generating employment, income, and other economic benefits throughout the U.S. economy.

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Tymac Launch celebrates newest vessel

Tymac Launch celebrates newest vessel

Tymac Launch Service celebrated the launch of its newest vessel, Tymac Tide, at an open house August 21 where at least 100 people gathered at the north foot of Main Street to celebrate the event.  Tymac Launch, a marine transportation company, has provided waste removal services to cruise ships visiting Vancouver since 1989.

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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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