Meetings and events at sea offer a host of benefits over land-based meetings - let us show you how to make your next meeting a blockbuster.
The excitement and motivation of a cruise event are priceless.
Educate and inspire your organization in a way not possible with a land-based meeting, and save money in the process. Ship-based meetings are a unique, cost-effective venue for any type of meeting or corporate event.
Did you know?
Using a ship as a ‘floating hotel’ can save your organization up to 30% when compared to a land-based facility.
Ships designed for meetings.
From dedicated conference facilities and multi-purpose lounges to state-of-the-art theaters with multi-media capabilities, today’s cruise ships have everything you need to produce your event.
Why host your meeting at sea:
- More inclusions for better budget control
- Meals, entertainment, activities included
- Meeting space, use of A/V complimentary
- Unique meeting venues inspire fresh ideas
- Self-contained environment best for networking and relationship building
- Unpack once, travel to multiple ports of call
Cruise ships provide a unique and stimulating environment for continuing education conferences. Medical and health care providers, lawyers, and other professionals can earn required CE or CME credits and network with their peers while traveling to exciting destinations onboard a “floating conference center”.
Why work with Landry & Kling?
Unmatched experience in ship sourcing & logistical planning for meetings at sea.
Creative ideas for custom-branded ship venues and events managed by our team.
Management of local agencies, ports, authorities, and vendors; financial reconciliation.
Corporate Meeting Product Reveal
Alibaba Group Charter, Shanghai, China
CHALLENGE: Alibaba required ship charter logistics for their first meeting at sea with 2,000 global invitees
SOLUTION: Landry & Kling worked with Alibaba Group and the cruise line to coordinate all sessions and exhibitions
RESULTS: Ship venues were used for all-day sessions and partner exhibitions, and the restaurant was transformed for a product sample show.