Agenda

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ACTA Annual Meeting 2019 (By Invitation Only)
10:00 - 11:00 Theatre 1, Delta Hotels by Marriott Baoshan (Shanghai)
Session

By invitation only.

2019 Asia-Pacific Cruise Economists 50 Forum Activity Plan (By Invitation Only)
13:00 - 17:00 Lake Malaren International Convention Center Baoshan (Shanghai)
Session

Closed door government session for senior cruise lines and government officials - invitation only

Asia-Pacific Cruise Port Service Standard Alliance 2019 Annual Conference (By Invitation Only)
13:30 - 16:30 Theatre 1, Delta Hotels by Marriott Baoshan (Shanghai)
Session

By invitation only. 

Registration
15:00 - 19:00 Level 2 Delta Hotels by Marriott Baoshan (Shanghai)
Session
Registration & Welcome Tea and Coffee
08:00 - 09:00 Level 1 Delta Hotels by Marriott Baoshan (Shanghai)
Session
Royal Caribbean International Press Conference: New Movement in Chinese Market (By Invitation Only)
13:00 - 13:45 RCL Stand, Lobby Area
Session
Registration & Welcome Tea and Coffee
08:15 - 09:00 Level 1 Delta Hotels by Marriott
Session

MAIN STAGE

International Cruise Research Alliance Summit
08:30 - 10:50 Main Stage
Session
Tourism Confucius Institute
Griffith University
Shanghai Baoshan District TV Station
Dean and Professor, School of Management
Shanghai University of Engineering Science
Associate Researcher
China Tourism Academy
Director
Korea International Cruise Institute
Deputy Director
Shanghai Municipal Transport & Port Research Center
Dean of Institute for Urban Risk Management
Tongji University
Associate Professor
East China Normal University
Director
Japan Cruise Research Institute
Director and Professor, Department of Business, School of Management
Shanghai University of Engineering Science
Professor, School of Tourism and Hotel Management,Director of Department of Asia-Pacific Development, Director of Graduate Studies
Florida International University

With the theme ‘Taking the lead in research and working collaboratively for the development of cruise industry’, this summit focuses on the development of cruise economy by discussing the ways of  improving cruise tourism in China, developing the high-quality services, standardising Chinese cruise ports, and developing a competent cruise industry supply chain and a new cruise city in order to establish an integrated free trade zone that also supports the port area. This summit is a platform for networking with key stakeholders from the international cruise community and for forging strategic collaborations that can propel the cruise economy in China. This summit includes a series of ceremonial announcements, keynote addresses and academic reports. It expects to receive more than 300 people from universities, cruise research institutions, governments and cruise technology companies, etc.

 

Ceremony

Host: GONG Yu, Shanghai Baoshan District TV Station

Keynote Speeches

Host: ZHAO Jinlin, Professor, School of Tourism and Hotel Management, Florida International University, Director of Department of Asia-Pacific Development, Director of Graduate Studies

  • YE Xinliang, Director and Professor, Department of Business, School of Management, Shanghai University of Engineering Science
  • Mitsuo YAMAMOTO, Director, Japan Cruise Research Institute
  • DING Peiyi, Tourism Confucius Institute, Griffith University
  • LEEM Bok-Soon, Director, Korea International Cruise Institute

Academic Presentations

Host: HU Bin, Dean and Professor, School of Management, Shanghai University of Engineering Science

  • SUN Xiaodong, Associate Professor, East China Normal University
  • HUANG Huang, Associate researcher, China Tourism Academy
  • SU Zhaoqian, Deputy Director, Shanghai Municipal Transport & Port Research Center
  • SUN Jianping, Dean of Institute for Urban Risk Management, Tongji University
Break & Opportunity to Visit the Exhibitors
11:00 - 11:30
Break
Lunch
12:30 - 14:00
Break
VIP Exhibition Tour & Entrance
13:45 - 14:00
Session
Opening Ceremony
14:00 - 14:25 Main Stage
Opening Speech
President, Maritime
Informa Markets

Addresses by Chinese government officals. 

Thelaunch of China Cruise Tourism Development Demonstration Zone.

Session Moderator: Andrew WILLIAMS, President Maritime Group, Informa Market 

 

CLIA’s Remark
14:25 - 14:35
Session
Managing Director
CLIA Australasia & Asia
Announcement and Green Book Launch
14:35 - 14:50 Main Stage
Session
Development of the Cruise Supply Chain in China & Asia Pacific
14:50 - 15:45 Main Stage
Session
Deputy General Manager
China Travel Group
Secretary General of CPC Baoshan District
Shanghai Municipal Committee
Secretary of the Party Committee
Shanghai University of Engineering Science
Vice President
China Classification Society (CCS)
Deputy Chief Engineer
China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC)

Chinese local government officals and business leaders address to the audience the development of China's cruise supply chain. 

The launch of China Cruise Tourism Development Demonstration Zone
15:45 - 16:00 Main Stage
Session
Break & Opportunity to Visit the Exhibitors
16:00 - 16:15
Break
State of the Asia-Pacific Cruise Industry
16:15 - 17:45 Main Stage
Panel Discussion
Group President
Genting Hong Kong
President & CEO
Royal Caribbean International
Group Director
Seatrade Cruise
President & Chief Executive Officer
Carnival Corporation & plc
Executive Chairman
MSC Cruises

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Senior cruise line leaders will provide insights into the recent development of the cruise industry in Asia-Pacific by assessing the market dynamics, addressing the challenges in each sector, and sharing their current and future plans for the region. 

  • Arnold DONALD, President and CEO, Carnival Corporation & plc
  • Michael BAYLEY, President & CEO, Royal Caribbean International
  • Colin AU, Group President, Genting Hong Kong
  • Pierfrancesco VAGO, Executive Chairman, MSC Cruises

Moderator: Mary BOND, Group Director, Seatrade Cruise 

Remarks by Madam Hong WANG, Secretary General of CPC Boashan District

How China as an Asian Cruise Hub is Helping to Improve Regional Cruising
09:00 - 10:00 Main Stage
Panel Discussion
Group Director
Seatrade Cruise
President of Dream Cruises & Head of International Sales
Genting Cruise Lines
President, Greater China
MSC Cruises
Chairman
Royal Caribbean Cruises, Asia
Vice President and General Manager
Princess Cruises China
President of Costa Group Asia
Costa Group Asia

As the biggest market in Asia Pacific, China's influence on the Asia cruise market development is second to none. In this session, cruise line leaders and Hong Kong Tourism Board will share insights into how China energises the regional cruising and discuss what would the future hold. 

Session Moderator: Mary BOND, Group Director, Seatrade Cruise

Break & Opportunity to Visit the Exhibitors
10:00 - 10:30
Break
Asia-Pacific Source Markets – How are They Trending, What are the Issues, What is the Future?
10:30 - 12:30 Main Stage
Session
Deputy General Manager
Royal Caribbean China
Principal
CHART Management Consultants
Deputy General Manager
CSSC Cruise Technology Development Co Ltd
Projects Manager
Western Australia Tourism
Director, Managing Partner
International Cruise Service Vladivostok LLC In partnership Intermarine Management Group Corp.
President of Dream Cruises & Head of International Sales
Genting Cruise Lines
Managing Director
CLIA Australasia & Asia
Country Sales Manager of Princess Cruises China
Princess Cruises
Chair
Cruise Broome
Chairman
International Cruise Council, Taiwan (ICCT)
President
Mitsui O.S.K. Passenger Line Ltd (MOPAS)
VP Sales & Commercial, Greater China and Southeast Asia, Costa Cruises
Costa Cruises

The Asia-Pacific regions represent a huge set of source market opportunities. During the session, we get up and close on them all. First, we examine the development in Mainland China, the biggest source market in Asia and world No. 2, to discover how the cruise community plans to re-stimulate the market. Moving on, our experts discuss how the second-tier source markets - Taiwan, Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong – can increase their market share and penetration. Then we turn our focus to Australia and New Zealand, two markets that have experienced major development and still promise exciting growth (Australia’s penetration is the highest of all major source markets globally). Finally, at the end of the session we examine the growth of the new rising source markets: India and Malaysia – 6th and 7th ranked in Asia. Both markets are expected to grow strongly in the immediate future.

The session will cover four parts: 

Part I – How and when mainland China will rebound and what it will take

  • CHANG Yu, Deputy GM, CCTD
  • BEN Jing, Deputy General Manager, Royal Caribbean China
  • ​Bernie YE, VP Sales & Commercial, Greater China and Southeast Asia, Costa Cruises
  • Eric LIU, Country Sales Manager, Princess Cruises China

Part II - How Taiwan, Japan, Singapore & Hong Kong will increase their market shares

  • Matthew WU, Chairman, International Cruise Council Taiwan (ICCT) (Taiwan)
  • Michael GOH, President of Dream Cruises & Head of International Sales, Genting Cruise Lines
  • Naohiko YAMAGUCHI, President, Mitsui OSK Passenger Line, Ltd. (MOPAS)

Part III - What Asian markets can learn from the success of Australia & New Zealand

  • Joel KATZ, MD, CLIA Australasia & Asia
  • Christina COLE, Projects Manager, Western Austalia Tourism
  • Shayne MURRAY, Chair, Cruise Broome
  • Michael GOH, President of Dream Cruises & Head of International Sales, Genting Cruise Lines

Session Moderator: Ted BLAMEY, Principal, CHART Management Consultants

Lunch
12:30 - 13:30
Break
An Update on China’s Cruise Shipbuilding and Repair Sector
13:30 - 14:45 Main Stage
Session
Segment Sales General Manager Cruise
Wärtsilä
Leader of Ship Type Group of CCS Cruise Project Team
China Classification Society
Deputy Managing Director of Ulstein (China)
Ulstein (China)
Global Marine Director
Carrier – Building Solutions Group, United Technologies
Managing Director
Schulte Marine Concept
Deputy President
CSSC Cruise Technology Development Co Ltd (CCTD)
Sales Manager
Deltamarin Ltd

Sponsored by:

Albeit the recent negative growth on China’s cruise market, the country’s shipbuilding scene is going from strength to strength thanks to the growing global cruise market.  Greg Mortimer, the first cruise ship to be built by a Chinese yard was delivered this year, and there are nine more cruise ships on order at Chinese yards for delivery between 2020 and 2024. As the market is looking for more diverse products it is expected that Chinese yards could build up to 15 cruise ships a year by 2030. The future seems bright, however there are still challenges that stand in the way.

Session Moderator: John HEMGÅRD, Global Marine Director, United Technologies

Break & Opportunity to Visit the Exhibitors
14:45 - 15:00
Break
The Strategy Behind Ship Financing & Planning
15:00 - 16:00 Main Stage
Session
Shipping Finance Expert
China Merchants Commerce Financial Leasing Co., Ltd
Managing Director
Artemis Maritime Consultants GmbH & Co. KG
PRC Counsel
WFW
Managing Director
Bernhard Schulte Cruise Services GmbH & Co. KG
CFO
CSSC Cruise Technology Development Co Ltd (CCTD)

This session, chaired by industry expert Martin Springer of Bernhard Schulte Cruise Services, will pinpoint the key processes and strategy when buying and operating a ship in China by inviting S&P broker, ship owner, local leasing companies and banks, law firms and yards to share their expertise.

Session Moderator: Martin SPRINGER, MD, Bernhard Schulte Cruise Services, Bernhard Schulte Cruise Services

 

THEATRE 1

Workshop: The Strategic Management of the Relationship among Cruise Lines, Cruise Terminals and Ports, and Service Providers
09:00 - 11:00 Theatre 1
Workshop
Managing Director
V Ships Leisure
Chief Commercial Officer
Global Ports Holding

More and more players entered the Asia cruise industry following the rapid development of the market in recent decades. While this helps the entire industry and its surrounded businesses to reach the maturity, it also raised another challenge on relationship management among the stakeholders. This interactive workshop is designed to help the participants to understand ways of improving communications with their business partners and creating or maintaining the strategic relationship that is beneficial to both the business and the market. 

Case Study: Per BJORNSEN, Director, V.Ships Leisure, V.Ships Leisure

Moderator: Mark ROBINSON, CCO, Global Ports Holding

 

Workshop: The Development of Land-Based Activities at Destinations
11:30 - 12:30 Theatre 1
Workshop
Director
Cruise Asia, Destination Asia

This interactive workshop will invite participants to discuss the development of the Asian cruise destinations and the land-based, shore excursion programmes, and try to figure out the best formula for delivering an experiential shorex that is tailored to the demographics of the region.

Chairperson: Alvin MATERI, Director, Cruise Asia, Destination Asia

 

Cruise Talent Education Alliance Summit
08:30 - 10:00 Theatre 1
Session
Vice Dean, School of Management
Shanghai University of Engineering Science
Associate Professor
National Taiwan Ocean University
Director of Human Resources (China)
MSC Cruises
Chief Advisor
International Cruise Council Taiwan
Marketing Director
Royal Caribbean Cruise Shipping (China) Ltd
Deputy Secretary of CPC Committee & Director of Operations
Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal
Vice Dean, School of Tourism and Geography Science
Qingdao University

Concentrating on the theme of “deepening the education innovation of cruise talents to support the high-quality development of cruise economy in China”, this summit lays the foundation on the model and system for cruise industry talent training, centres on the management of quality and special talents for the cruise industry, and focuses on how to provide well-rounded talents for the industry in order to elevate the quality of services, promote collaboration and innovation and bring the cruise industry development to a higher level. The forum will attract more than 300 participants from universities and colleges, cruise travel agencies, cruise lines and cruise research institutions.

Host: XU Ying, Marketing Director, Royal Caribbean Cruise Shipping (China) Ltd.; Senior Trainer, Cruise Career Training Camp

Innovation in the Cruise Industry
10:30 - 12:00 Theatre 1
Session
Co-founder and CEO
Dragon Trail Interactive
Professor of Engineering, Senior Naval Architecture of Technology Dept
CSSC Cruise Technology Development Co Ltd (CCTD)

The theme of the forum is “Stimulating new driving forces for cruise economy development via transformation, innovation and upgrading”. It echoes the national strategy of the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ and aligns with the ‘Made in China 2025’ strategy in order to achieve high quality development for China’s cruise economy. This forum focuses on the innovation and upgrade of the cruise industry related policy, and how the industry works collaboratively to succeed in building a “Chinese era” for international cruise economy. The participants will have opportunities exploring topics such as cruise design innovation and application, innovation in cruise ship building, sales channels and cruise tourism service, as well as cruise supply chain management innovation. More than 200 attendees from the cruise travel agencies, cruise service centers, supporting enterprises of cruise ship building, universities and colleges, and governments are expected to join the forum.

Trends in Asia Deployment
13:30 - 14:45 Theatre 1
Session
Principal
CHART Management Consultants
Nautical & Port Operations Director
Costa Cruises
Vice President, Destinations and Revenue Management
SeaDream Yacht Club
Head of Strategy Department
CSSC Cruise Technology Development Co Ltd (CCTD)
Managing Director
CLIA Australasia & Asia
Deputy Director-General of the Port and Harbor Promotion Office
ISHIKAWA Prefectural Government (KANAZAWA Port Authority)
Chief Executive Officer
Singapore Cruise Centre Pte Ltd
CEO
Vladivostok Sea Terminal LLC

Deployment in Asia is constantly evolving. While some ships have been relocated from East Asia, others are being built to operate there. New destinations are being introduced while some ports are seeing fewer calls. Itinerary developments are ongoing but challenged by short cruise preferences. Yet capacity grows and the region has exciting prospects. Join the session to explore recent trends in capacity, itineraries, ports and destinations and discover what the future will hold.

This session will cover two parts: 

Part I - Ships and Capacity
What explains recent developments? What will be the trend in cruise capacity deployed in Asia? Will smaller luxury and expedition ships become more prominent in the mix versus the large and mega ships?

  • GU Pengcheng, Deputy Director of Strategic Planning Department, CCTD
  • FENG Xiaodong, Nautical & Port Operations Director, Costa Cruises

Part II - Ports, Itineraries and Destinations

  • How is homeport activity in Asia influenced by seasonal weather patterns?  What are the prospects for more turnarounds in ports that so far have few (such as Russia, Korea and the Philippines)? Can northern ports attract turnarounds in colder months. How will Itineraries change as the Asian markets mature and develop? Will we see longer cruises and thus more diverse destinations? What countries will become the hot new destinations?
  • Emilio FREEMAN, VP Destination and Revenue Management, SeaDream Yacht Club
  • Valerii NARGORNYI, CEO, Vladivostok Sea Terminal LLC
  • Jack LONG, CEO, Singapore Cruise Center
  • Mitsuo KUBO, Deputy Director-General of the Port and Harbor Promotion Office, ISHIKAWA Prefectural Government (KANAZAWA Port Authority)

Session Moderator: Ted BLAMEY, Principal, CHART Management Consultants

Update on Asia Port Infrastructure – What’s New and What’s Improved
15:00 - 17:00 Theatre 1
Session
Managing Director, Ship Agency
Wallem Group
GM
Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal Development Co., Ltd.
Chairman
Guangzhou Nansha International Cruise Home Port Operation and Management Co., Ltd.
Project Director
Melaka International Cruise Terminal Sdn Bhd
Senior Advisor
Bloomberry Cruise Terminals Inc
Chief Commercial Officer
Global Ports Holding
Managing Director
Halong International Cruise Port
Manager
Cruise & Ferry Terminal, Port of Keelung, Taiwan International Ports Corporation
Deputy GM
Tianjin International Cruise Home Port Co., Ltd.
Senior Advisor, Cruise Marketing
Port and Harbor Bureau, City of Yokohama

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Asian cruise ports and terminals are invited to share their latest updates on port infrastructures and shoreside offerings.

Part I –China Home Ports

  • GU Huiquan, GM, Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal Development Co., Ltd.
  • WU Da, Deputy GM, Tianjin International Cruise Home Port Co., Ltd.
  • HUANG Yumin, Chairman, Guangzhou Nansha International Cruise Home Port Operation and Management Co., Ltd.

Part II –Other Ports/Terminals in Asia

  • Guillaume LUCCI, Senior Advisor, Bloomberry Cruise Terminals Inc
  • Dickson CHIN, MD, Ship Agency, Wallem GroupWallem Group
  • WEI Shuo-Ling, Manager, Cruise & Ferry Terminal of Port of Keelung, Taiwan International Ports Corporation
  • PHẠM VĂN Hiệp, MD, Halong International Cruise
  • Yukata YASUNAGA, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Yokohama Kawasaki International Port Corporation
  • Stanley Fuan Wai KOW, Project Director, Melaka International Cruise Terminal, Melaka Gateway

 

Session Moderator: Mark ROBINSON, CCO, Global Ports Holding

THEATRE 2

International Cruise Maritime Forum
09:00 - 11:30 Theatre 2
Session
Associate Vice President Marine & Safety Royal Caribbean International China
Royal Caribbean International
Director of Communications
Shanghai Maritime Safety Authority
Director
Shanghai Meteorology Emergency and Casulty Prevention Bureau
Secretary General of CPC Baoshan District
Shanghai Municipal Committee
Director
Shangai Wusong Maritime Authority
Deputy General Manager
China Classification Society - Shanghai branch
Director, Cruise & Ferry
Wärtsilä
Deputy Director
East Ocean Salvage Bureau
Deputy Director
Shanghai Maritime Safety Authority
Director
Shanghai Maritime Authority
Director
Baoshan Maritime Authority
Chairman
China Navigation Association
Second Inspector
Shanghai Maritime Safety Authority

The waters of the Yangtze River estuary receivethe highest number of ships and havethe highestvolume ofwaters in the country. Large-sizecruise ships and large container shipsare able to pass at the same timein the Yangtze River estuary deep-water channel, which is now a standard operation thanks to the support of the maritime department. Following the development, the “International Cruise Vessel FirstWork Responsibilities and Operation Process” was issued anditalso clearly mapped out "five priorities”for navigational guidance. This forum invitescruise line executives who are responsible for navigational operations, as well as experts from the maritime and meteorological fieldsto discuss how can stakeholderswork together to improve the operation of safety and on-time arrival of a cruise ship.

The Sustainability of Cruise Tourism in Asia
11:45 - 12:30 Theatre 2
Spotlight Interview
Executive Vice President, Maritime Policy and Government Affairs,
MSC Group
Vice President for government relations in Europe and Asia-Pacific
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd
President, Maritime
Informa Markets

Two industry experts, Ukko Metsola of Royal Caribbean and Bud Darr of MSC, share with the audience the updates on the environmental regulatory in Asia, and give insights into how the Asian cruise community succeeds in creating sustainability.

Moderator:
Andrew Williams
President of Maritime Group
Informa Markets

Travel Agent Training provided by CLIA
09:00 - 14:15 Theatre 2
Training
Director of Projects & Studies
MedCruise
Head of Sales, East China
MSC Cruises
Head of International Training & Development
Cruise Lines International Association
Sales Manager
Princess Cruises China
Business Development Support Administrator
Royal Caribbean Cruises Service (China) Company Limited
Market Development Manager
Costa Cruises
Assistant Vice President
Genting Cruise Lines

This travel agent education workshop will reveal the latest Chinese cruise and passenger research that has been published in the past 5 years and demonstrate how you can successfully use this data in the real world of cruise sales. You will understand how the cruise industry is evolving with technology, and gain insight to ways you can use this information to ensure you are in the best position to make cruise sales a profitable business.

Agenda: 

09:00 - 12:00 
Travel Agent Training 
Peter KOLLAR, Head of International Training & Development, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA)


12:00 - 12:45 
Lunch


12:45 - 13:00 
MedCruise Presentation
Cristina DE GREGORI, Director of Projects & Studies, MedCruise

13:00 - 14:00
Cruise Line Product Presentations

  • William ZHANG, Assistant VP of Fly Cruises, Genting Cruise Lines
  • Bella GAO, Head of Sales, East China, MSC Cruises
  • Coco LYU, Sales Manager, Princess Cruises
  • William Yifan WANG, Business Development Support Administrator, Royal Caribbean Cruises Service (China) Company Limited

14:00 - 14:15 
Presentation of Certificate

NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

FAM Trip Option 1: Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal and The Museum of Shanghai International Folk Arts Visit
09:30 - 14:00
Extra Activity

Available for pre-registered delegates to attend.

Departing from the Delta Hotel at 09:30, the tour will start at Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal, the busiest international homeport in the region. Wusongkou is situated in the northern part of Shanghai, at the confluence of Huangpu River and Yangtze River. It is one of the most advanced passenger terminals in the world, and will make Shanghai the first Chinese mainland city with berths for large international cruises. The cruise terminal has a four-storey building for cruise ticketing, waiting and customs (with immigration procedures taking only 48 seconds), and other facilities spread over 300,000m2, including shopping streets, hotels, office buildings, apartments and art centres. The second stop of the tour is The Museum of Shanghai International Folk Arts - the first exhibition hall in Shanghai that features specifically non-tangible cultural heritage, which is also the biggest of its kind in China. The folk culture also reflects on the museum’s architectural design as it looks like a ‘Chinese Knot’. The tour will conclude at 14:00.

 

Fam Trip Option 2: Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal and Wendao Garden Visit
09:30 - 15:00
Extra Activity

Available for pre-registered delegates to attend.

Departing from the Delta Hotel at 09:30, the tour will start at Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal, the busiest international homeport in the region. Wusongkou is situated in the northern part of Shanghai, at the confluence of Huangpu River and Yangtze River. It is one of the most advanced passenger terminals in the world, and will make Shanghai the first Chinese mainland city with berths for large international cruises. The cruise terminal has a four-storey building for cruise ticketing, waiting and customs (with immigration procedures taking only 48 seconds), and other facilities spread over 300,000m2, including shopping streets, hotels, office buildings, apartments and art centres. The tour will then visit Wendao Garden, a national 4A cultural tourism spot. It is a 4-star leisure agricultural demonstration park, and one of the largest gardens that features art and culture in Shanghai. The park is equipped with Alpine Garden, Ancient Stone Carving Museum, Master Painting and Calligraphy Studio, Changfeng Academy, and Yihe Pool. It is a recreational space that features traditional Chinese culture such as Zen tea and the culture of agarwood. The tour will finish at 15:00.

Networking Reception & Opportunity to Visit Exhibitors
18:00 - 19:00 Delta Hotels by Marriott Baoshan (Shanghai)
Extra Activity
Seatrade Cruise Asia Pacific 2019 Welcome Remarks & Dinner
19:00 - 21:00 Delta Hotels by Marriott Baoshan (Shanghai)
Extra Activity
Networking Pastries and Coffee Networking (Pop Ups and Cruise Lines Only)
08:30 - 09:00
Extra Activity
Networking Reception 'The Future is Global'
18:00 - 19:30 Showcase Pop Up Zone
Extra Activity

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Dinner
19:15 - 21:00 Delta Hotels by Marriott Baoshan (Shanghai)
Extra Activity
Cultural Event at Wetland Park, by invitation only
20:00 - 21:30 Wetland Park
Extra Activity