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The Seatrade Middle East Cruise Forum is the must-attend event for anyone with a vested interest in the future of cruise in the Arabian Gulf. Focusing on the current outlook and questions facing the region, the event brings the industry together for two days of engaging conversation with industry influencers, experts and thought leaders.
Last hosted in 2017 by Dubai Parks and Resorts, the Seatrade Middle East Cruise Forum once again provided a platform to listen; learn from and experience unmissable discussion on the biggest trends facing the region's future.
Providing a dedicated platform for exploring the future of cruising in the Arabian Gulf, Seatrade Middle East Cruise Forum will gave delegates a focus on managing growth, preparing for the future and identifying new business opportunities within the region.
The Seatrade Middle East Cruise Forum attracts cruise line executives from all over the world, providing you with the opportunity to network with leading industry figures; build your contact base and identify potential growth areas.
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The Seatrade Middle East Cruise Forum provides a unique platform for us to develop a successful regional cruise tourism strategy, whilst uncovering the opportunities that the industry presents through collaboration.
The interactive nature of this forum will generate new ideas for greater co-operation between destinations, cruise lines and the many stakeholders who together will chart the future course for this exciting industry in our region.
The event provide an important platform for cruise line executives, regional stakeholders and government authorities to gather for two days of