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

Ruby Princess Celebrated is 1000th Cruise Ship to Visit Port Saint John

Ruby Princess Celebrated is 1000th Cruise Ship to Visit Port Saint John

Port Saint John welcomes its 1000th cruise ship to call since 1989.

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Luxurious new vessel Koningsdam will be largest in Holland America Line's impressive fleet

Luxurious new vessel Koningsdam will be largest in Holland America Line's impressive fleet

There’s plenty of good reason to be excited about Koningsdam. While at first glance she looks similar to the line’s existing Eurodam and Nieuw Amsterdam, plenty of change is in store for the new Pinnacle Class, the largest such cruise ship ever constructed for Holland America. 

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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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