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For 40 years, Landry & Kling has been the “go-to” industry source for trade publications, media outlets, and journalists reporting on cruise meetings and incentives, ship charters, accommodation ship projects, and most recently – cruise industry sustainability.

Top 5 reasons to meet at sea

November 12, 2019 – AIME News / Successful meetings and incentive travel programs include unique experiences and authentic destination activities designed to motivate and inspire attendees.

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How to choose the cruise ship for your next incentive program

September 25, 2019 – Incentive Magazine / Faced with demands for unique experiences and higher return on investment, savvy planners often consider cruise ships for meetings and incentive travel programs.

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Cruise ships float to the top of the list for planners who prefer meetings at sea

September 5, 2019 – Corporate & Incentive Travel / Five-star service, built-in entertainment, better control of costs and that ever-elusive element of focus that a captive audience provides…Joyce Landry, CEO and president of Landry & Kling Global Cruise Events, identifies four ways cruises beat land-based events for most groups.

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10 Trends to consider when planning a meeting at sea

April 13, 2018 – Smart Meetings / There really is no time like the present to do something new, something you’ve thought about for a while, such as a meeting or incentive at sea. Just as the land-based hospitality industry is enjoying strong growth, the cruise industry is also vigorous.

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Landry & Kling propose ships for hurricane relief housing

Sept 16, 2017 – Seatrade Cruise News / Even though their Miami office was temporarily closed after Hurricane Irma, seasoned cruise ship charterers Landry & Kling have been able to assist a new client with an urgent request for hurricane-relief housing and are offering their services to help others. “Our research for that client found a suitable vessel, and also turned up a few other ships that could be deployed immediately” said Joyce Landry, CEO, Landry & Kling Global Cruise Events

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