Alaska's cruise industry
Delivering economic and environmental benefits throughout the state.
About CLIA Alaska
CLIA Alaska, formally the Alaska Cruise Association, was formed in 2007 as a not-for-profit organization whose membership includes the major cruise tour companies operating in Alaska.
The goal of CLIA Alaska is to improve communications, build partnerships with local businesses and work with civic leaders to expand economic benefits to communities. The organization is based in Anchorage, Alaska, and is led by CLIA Alaska President and former state Senator John Binkley.
Cruise Lines International Association
Established in 1975, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is the world’s largest cruise industry trade association, providing a unified voice and leading authority of the global cruise community. CLIA supports policies and practices that foster a safe, secure, healthy and sustainable cruise ship environment and is dedicated to promote the cruise travel experience.
CLIA’s Mission: CLIA is the unified global organization that helps its members succeed by advocating, educating and promoting for the common interests of the cruise community.
CLIA represents the interests of three important members:
- 60+ member cruise lines – From ocean to specialty cruise ships, CLIA member lines represent more than 90 percent of global cruise capacity.
- 275 executive partners – As key suppliers and partners to the cruise lines, executive partners play a major role in the successful operation of cruising, including ports & destinations, ship development, suppliers and business services.
- 13,500 global travel agency members – CLIA travel agency members include the largest agencies, hosts, franchises and consortia and represent more than 50,000 individual travel agents.
15 CLIA offices around the world
- Belgium & Luxembourg
- North America
- North Asia
- North West & Canada
- Southeast Asia
- UK & Ireland