Cruise Ship Infrastructure 2018

Delivering New Port Infrastructure to Capture the Economic Benefits of Cruise Line and Passenger Expenditure

The Australian Cruise Ship Industry has been continuously growing demonstrated by a 130% increase in passenger numbers in the past five years.

This increase has put considerable strain on port infrastructure both due to increasing passenger numbers and the growing size of cruise ships resulting in upgrades to existing structures to cope with this increase.

With this in mind, the Cruise Ship Infrastructure Summit will provide you with the strategies required to overcome the following key challenges:

  • How to project manage new port infrastructure and develop the initial planning stages of your port development
  • Delivering upgrades to your existing port infrastructure to operate effectively with new larger cruise vessels
  • Encouraging cruise liners to berth at your destination

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Who Should Attend?

Job titles:

  •  Chief Executive Officer
  •  Director of Ports/Marine Terminals
  •  GM Asset Management and Projects
  •  Program Directors/Managers Coastal and Marine
  •  Head of Maritime/Marine
  •  Head of Planning and Infrastructure Development
  •  Project/Structural Engineer

From the following industries:

  •  Port Authorities
  •  Port Owners
  •  Bulk Terminals
  •  Cruise Operators
  •  Local Government - City Councils
  •  Construction
  •  Consulting Engineers