Cruise Lines International Association
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is an association of cruise lines. It merged with International Council of Cruise Lines (ICCL) in 2006, forming an expanded organization incorporating the existing functions of both organizations. The merged organization, which uses the CLIA name, is located in Washington, D.C..
Established in 1975, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is the world's largest cruise industry trade association.
CLIA has several categories of membership:
- 60 Cruise Line Members – From ocean to specialty cruise ships, CLIA member lines represent more than 95 percent of global cruise capacity.
- 300 Executive Partner Members – Key suppliers and partners to the cruise lines.
- 15,000 Global Travel Agency and 25,000 Travel Agent Members.
- CLIA Cruise Line Members serve more than 24 million passengers annually.
As of August 2017, CLIA Cruise Line Members are made up of the following lines:
Global Cruise Line MembersEdit
Pearl Seas Cruises
Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours
Tauck River Cruises
European Regional Cruise Line MembersEdit
Amadeus by Luftner
Pandaw River Expeditions
Australasia Regional Cruise Line MembersEdit