CRUISE LINES INTERNATIONAL
ASSOCIATION (CLIA)

 

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CRUISE LINES INTERNATIONAL
ASSOCIATION (CLIA)

Represents 23 passenger cruise line operators that handle over 97% of the North American cruise capacity and approximately 85% worldwide.

Represents over 90 strategic cruise industry business partners and nearly 16,500 travel agencies.

Over 150 Ships
Over 12 million passengers
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Member Lines

 

[21 Pictures showing member names: American Cruise Lines, Azamara Cruises, Carnival Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Costa Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Cunard Line, Disney Cruise Line, Holland America Line, Majestic America Line, MSC Cruises, Norwegian Coastal Voyage, Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Orient Lines, Pearl Seas Cruises, Princess Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Royal Caribbean International, Seabourn Cruise Line, SeaDream Yacht Club, Silversea Cruises, Uniworld River Cruises, and Windstar Cruises.]

 

A SAFE AND SECURE VACATION EXPERIENCE

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Cruise Ships and NOT Hotels
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Crew/Passenger Ratio

24/7 availability

Specific Assignment to Assist

Crew Training and Drills

Cabin/Public Space Search

Passenger Information, Instruction & Drills

Ship Construction

Ship Inspection and Crew Examination

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Crew Emergency Assignments

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

FIRE FIGHTING

DAMAGE CONTROL

PREPARATION OF LIFE SAVING APPLIANCES

AREA, STAIR, AND ELEVATOR GUIDES

SEARCH AND ASSIST TEAMS

PASSENGER ASSIST TEAMS

MUSTER AREA GUIDES AND CONTROLLERS

 

 

 

PASSENGER INSTRUCTION AND DRILL

BACK OF THE DOOR INFORMATION

EMERGENCY DRILL – EMERGENCY ALARM

SAFETY VIDEO

RESPONSE TO QUESTIONS

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CREW ASSISTANCE

All Passengers Revieve Appropriate Assistance In An Emergency

 

 

SOLAS (’74)

International Convention

on

Safety of Life at Sea

As Amended

 

 

STCW (‘95)

International Convention

on

Standards of

Training, Certification and Watchkeeping

For Seafarers

SOLAS & STCW

 

CRUISE SHIP
CONSTRUCTION
MANNING
CREW ASSIGNMENTS TRAINING

International Treaties to Which

the United States is Signatory

“Law of the Land”

Flag States also Signatory

 

SOLAS

Construction & Materials

Fire Detection and Alarms

Fire Fighting & Suppression Systems

General Alarm and PA System

Emergency Drills

Crew Emergency Assignments

 

STCW

Knowledge

Understanding

Proficiency

Certification

Training

 

SOLAS & STCW Requirements

Listing of Persons Declaring a need for

Assistance and Cabin Assignments

Crew Specific Assignments to Assist

Search of all Cabins and Public Spaces

Specific Training for these Persons

 

 

Level of Safety Superior to Shoreside Experiences

through

SOLAS & USCG Safety Regulations

 

 

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Washington D.C. Area Office:
2111 Wilson Boulevard, 8th Floor
Arlington, Virginia 22201
(703) 522-8463 (703) 522-3811 FAX

Florida Office:
910 SE 17th Street Causeway
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33316
(754) 224-2200 (754) 224-2251 FAX