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Expedition Cruise Network Announces Dublin Date as Part of First Ever UK & Ireland Roadshow

The Expedition Cruise Network (ECN) has announced its first ever UK and Ireland roadshow series, due to take place next month, as it celebrates its first anniversary.

The B2B body – which promotes expedition cruises to the travel trade – will be in Ireland on April 25, at Dublin’s Morrison Hotel.

The ECN Roadshow will welcome travel trade professionals to a unique taste of this fast-growing sector of the travel industry with an evening programme dedicated purely to expedition cruising, offering the chance for travel sellers to network with, learn from and confidently sell some of the most exciting adventure products on the planet.

Leading suppliers from the sector at the First ECN Roadshow are:

Akvile Marazoite, CEO of the Expedition Cruise Network, said: “We are very excited to announce the first ever expedition cruise roadshow in the UK and Ireland during the month of our first anniversary. In our Insights Report 2023/24 we identified a key sales barrier for the travel trade was understanding, and differentiating between, expedition cruise products. The roadshow provides the opportunity for professionals to speak directly to suppliers to ask the questions they want answered so that they can confidently sell products taking clients to some of the most exciting and remote regions in the world.”

ECN UK & Ireland Roadshow Dates:

  • First ECN Roadshow across UK & Ireland with seven expedition cruise operators
  • Birmingham on 23 April, Revolucion de Cuba 18.00-21.30
  • Manchester on 24 April, Hilton Deansgate, Iris Lounge 18.00-21.30
  • Dublin on 25 April, Morrison Hotel 18.00-21.30
Geoff Percival
Geoff Percival
Geoff has worked in business, news, consumer and travel journalism for more than 25 years; having worked for and contributed to the likes of The Irish Examiner, Business & Finance, Business Plus, The Sunday Times, The Irish News, Senior Times, and The Sunday Tribune.
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