The Singapore cruise tradeshow, Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific, will move to a new venue this year.
The event, which takes place from 17-18 September 2012, will take place at the brand new Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore (MBCCS).
The purpose-built 28,000m² terminal can handle the world’s largest cruise liners, and up to 6,800 passengers at any one time. It also has 11,500m² of event space.
“The opportunity to have Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific in one of the world’s newest and largest terminals is thrilling,” said Daniel Read, event organiser UBM’s Portfolio Director of Cruise Shipping. “Having a unique perspective of one of Asia’s largest cruise terminals while also discussing modern key pressure points and opportunities for the industry is certainly going to produce a ground-breaking event.”
Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific 2012 will be a two day event, including a tradeshow and conference programme focusing on the Asian cruise market.