World of Cruising will be exhibiting at this year’s The Telegraph Cruise & Travel Show hosted in Exhibition Centre Liverpool in October.
World of Cruising will join over 50 cruise and travel brands exhibiting at the show on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October 2015. At the show attendees will benefit from face-to-face advice, ideas and inspiration from expert guests, and access to show-only cruise and travel deals.
This year the show will introduce new features including a dedicated travel section filled with inspiration to help you plan your perfect trip. Returning to the show, the Destinations Theatre will be themed around trips of a lifetime, where a host of experts, including seasoned explorer Monty Halls, will give visitors insight into their own trips of a lifetime, the latest destinations and insider knowledge on that once-in-a-lifetime trip. Also returning for 2016, The Cruise Lines Theatre will cover the large variety of cruise styles available together with what to expect on-board.
Personnel from cruise industry representative CLIA will also be at the show offering free 30-minute one-to-one sessions to help answer your cruise questions on which cruise line is best for you based on your own circumstances.
Doors open at the brand new Exhibition Centre Liverpool in Kings Dock, Liverpool, between 10am and 5pm on Saturday and between 10am and 4pm on Sunday. Tickets are priced at £8 for adults, £6 for students and concessions and children aged 16 or under enter for free.
World of Cruising have secured an exclusive show discount, save 25%* on adult tickets using the code WORLD. Tickets can be purchased here.
In addition to the travel theatres, wine and sparkling wine tasting masterclasses will also be held tasting a total of eight wines from around the world across both masterclasses (two whites, two reds, and four sparkling wines). Sessions can be pre-booked for £5 or can be booked on the day at £6, subject to availability.
Walking tours tracing Liverpool’s connection with Cunard Line will also take place, charting the history since Samuel Cunard’s first paddle steamer pulled away from the Liverpool docks in 1840. Led by Deborah Mulhearn these 90-minute walking tours cost £12 per person (£10 priority booking).
* Book in advance and save – quote WORLD – offer expires midnight Sunday 27 September 2015. Booking fees apply per ticket
(Photo credit to The Telegraph Cruise & Travel Show)