We are pleased to advise you that the FCCA Cruise Conference & Trade Show registration is now online. Please use the link below to register, we are no longer accepting registration forms. Everyone that plans to attend the conference must register in advance as we will not be equipped for onsite registration.
Please keep in mind, it is best to register early for two very important reasons:
Early bird prices-rates will increase up to $300 after August 30.
Better chance of securing one on one meetings
Please read following information carefully:
Confirmation - Be sure to look out for your confirmation email from email@example.com not from FCCA (Check junk files if you do not receive right after booking)
Important Payment Information:
Payment will be required for any and all registrations in order to be confirmed as pre-registered. We will no longer be able to accept payment on site and we will no longer accept wire transfers for registration payment. All payments will be due in office by September 16 or the system will automatically cancel your registration including any meetings you may have signed up for.
Meetings - As you all know, we organize pre set meetings with cruise executives. This process will begin late August, therefore, as another reason to register early, we will only take requests for those that are registered and paid by August 15. With the large amount of people requesting meetings, which are based on a first-come, first-served basis, this is the only fair option to give those who register on time the first priority for meetings.
Airline & Hotel Information - Information on airline, official conference hotels and hotel reservation link is listed on our website.
For your convenience, you may use the link below or visit our website (www.f-cca.com) and click on "See You in Cartagena, Colombia"
The FCCA is a not-for-profit trade organization composed of 19 Member Lines operating over 100 vessels in Floridian, Caribbean and Latin American waters. Created in 1972, the FCCA’s mandate is to provide a forum for discussion on tourism development, ports, safety, security, and other cruise industry issue and to develop bilateral relationships with destinations’ private and public sectors. By fostering an understanding of the cruise industry and its operating practices, the FCCA works with governments, ports and private sector representatives to maximize cruise passenger, crew and cruise line spending, as well as enhance the destination experience and increase the amount of cruise passengers returning as stay-over visitors. For more information, visit F-CCA.com, the FCCA on Facebook, and @FCCAupdates on Twitter.