Conferences on Cruise Ships
on 15 Feb 2017
Conduct your next business or association meeting, conference, incentive or workshop at sea on a cruise ship. You participants will love it and your Finance Department will be pleasantly surprised!
Economical and efficient, you’ll be amazed at how easy and affordable it is to conduct an event on a ship compared to a land based venue. The many items you pay extra for on land are all included in the price shipboard.
Select the length of cruise that is best for your business needs from 3 to 10 days or longer, the destination and your requirements and our dedicated Phil Hoffmann Travel Specialised Groups and Conference Travel team will take care of the rest. We can even provide a PHT Events Coordinator to make sure everything runs smoothly with minimum effort on your part.
Choose great itineraries such as the South Pacific, New Zealand, Hawaii, Europe, Alaska and beyond for a perfect blend of interesting, enjoyable ports of call with days at sea to conduct important business functions.
We provide skilled, experienced and highly knowledgeable conference and event planners to ensure you get the best return on your expenditure and an event that is seamless, fun, productive and well run. We work with your key people to ensure we meet your objectives in a timely and efficient manner.
Choose Phil Hoffmann Travel to plan your next conference or event if you’re looking for:
- Specialised experience with cruise ship events.
- Experience in conducting combined cruise ship meeting and incentive programs with companies.
- Extensive knowledge of meeting planning and its unique application in the cruise industry.
- A commitment to high quality.
- Achieving maximum cost efficiency and effectiveness.
- A commitment to your success and satisfaction.
In addition, we can arrange private group shore events in the various ports as well as customised transportation, both pre- and post-cruise. Shore excursions can be tied into team building activities or other themes consistent with your meeting objectives.