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Scotlands Cruise Conference 2022 - What Works for Tourism

The third annual conference will be held on 8th November 2022 to consider what can be learned from the post-pandemic restart, what has changed, and what the expectations are for 2023 and beyond. The conference is supported by Cruise Scotland, and is directed at tourism networks across the country. If you are interested in attending, contact info@cruiseforth..com for further information.

Cruise Season Restart

The 2022 Cruise Season kicks off on Monday 4th April on the Forth with the expected arrival of the Viking Venus at Newhaven. This is a maiden call for the Venus, although we have welcomed many of her sister ships in previous years, The CruiseForth Welcome Volunteers look forward to providing assistance to arriving guests and crew.

Webinar for Cruise Friendly Businesses in East Central Scotland

As I it has not been possible to organise the usual seminars and workshops across CruiseForth territory in recent times, we have set up a webinar for interested businesses, which will be held next Thursday, 7th April from 2pm-3pm.

This event to provide an insight as to what is expected in the season ahead, how businesses might prepare, and how they can keep up to date through connection with CruiseForth.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cruise-season-2022-webinar-for-east-central-scotland-businesses-registration-310064068977?ref=estw

CruiseForth App

CruiseForth now has a new App, funded through the Scottish Enterprise Tourism Destination Development Fund.

It draws information from the Website to help passengers (and crew) plan their visit to ports for Edinburgh and Dundee.

It can be downloaded free by going to www.cruiseforth.com/apps . which will take you to the App Store and Google Play.

If you open the attachment to this message you will find a QR code for the App.

If you wish to feature on the App, contact info@cruiseforth.com

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