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Cruise Shipping Miami Extends Early-Bird Discounts to Feb. 14.

MIAMI, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In honor of the 30th anniversary of Cruise Shipping Miami, the cruise industry's premier global event is extending the early-bird registration discount by two weeks. Delegates who sign up before Feb. 14, 2014, can save up to $400 on registration. 

The discount is extended for both standard conference delegate and VIP All-Access Pass registrations. The discounted rate for a standard delegate registration is $1,095 and VIP is $1,595. After Feb. 14 standard rises to $1,195 and VIP to $1,695. For those who choose to register on site beginning March 8, a standard conference delegate badge will cost $1,495 and the VIP All-Access Pass will be $1,995.

"We chose to extend the registration discount as a courtesy to loyal delegates who have participated in Cruise Shipping Miami year after year," said Daniel Read, director of show organizer UBM's Cruise Events Portfolio. "Some of our visitors and exhibitors have attended for decades, and we appreciate their support." 

Standard delegate registration includes admission to the three-day trade show and all sessions of the four-day conference, an invitation to the Cruise Lines Welcome Reception, lunch vouchers and event literature including a 2014 Yearbook, program brochures and the convention edition of Seatrade Cruise Review magazine.

In addition to the standard benefits, advantages of a VIP Pass include admission to special workshops and functions, priority one-to-one meetings and exclusive networking events, access to the amenities of the VIP Speakers Lounge, continental breakfast daily, special lunch selections, concierge service, valet parking and exclusive reserved seating at the State of the Industry plenary session.

Visitor passes that provide admission to the exhibition only are priced at $95 until Feb. 14, $125 thereafter and $175 on site.

Attendee and exhibitor registration and hotel-request forms are available online at https://www.compusystems.com/servlet/ar?evt_uid=710

For information about exhibiting or attending, visit http://www.cruiseshippingmiami.com.

WHERE: Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139 USA

MEDIA REGISTRATION: Media credentials are issued to bona fide journalists covering the convention. Review the media policy or request a media registration online at http://www.cruiseshippingevents.com/miami/press/press-room-registration.

MEDIA CONTACT: Buck Banks, 305-461-3300, [email protected].

CONVENTION CONTACT: UBM Live, 300 American Metro Blvd., Suite 125, Hamilton NJ 08619 USA; Phone: 609-759-4700; fax: 609-759-4774; [email protected]

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Additional news, information and announcements about Cruise Shipping Miami is available at http://www.cruiseshippingevents.com/miami. Find Cruise Shipping Miami on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/CruiseShippingMiami, on Twitter at [email protected], and LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=1938947&trk=anet_ug_hm.

The Cruise Shipping Portfolio
The Cruise Shipping Portfolio organized by UBM includes Cruise Shipping Miami, Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific and Seatrade Med.

Since 1985 Cruise Shipping Miami has been the world's premier annual event for the global cruise industry, featuring a three-day exhibition and four-day conference that draw more than 11,000 attendees and over 1,000 exhibiting companies from more than 120 countries.

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