Inspiring Sustainable Development

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  • Increasing our sustainability-related content in the conference programme 
  • Including more free show floor theatre educational content
  • Is a brand new one-day programme aimed at tackling some of the industry's pain points pertaining to staff shortage, crew welfare, training practices & more.
  • Taking place on Thursday 30 March, HR, training & recruitment professionals are invited to attend the programme alongside students, professors and course leaders from universities, colleges and training institutes specialising in cruise-related courses.
  • Learn more about it here
  • The Professional Women in Cruise Brunch is hosted in partnership with WISTA (Women's International Shipping & Trading Association) and always includes diverse panels and in particular women to talk about their role in the shipping industry. The funds raised are donated to Mercy Ships. 

2023 topic - Dry Dock: Technical Upgrades & an Improved Guest Experience

  • This year’s PWiC Brunch offers a chance to dive into the ins and outs of drydocking, providing an overview of all that is involved in a drydock, from the initial planning, equipment, and vendor logistics to the dry dock operations themselves.