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Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has announced three inductees into the 2013 Cruise Industry Hall of Fame. Honoured at the Hall of Fame Dinner & Awards gala at the ninth annual cruise3sixty conference at the Vancouver Convention Centre will be: Mark Conroy, executive advisor for Prestige Cruise Holdings and past president of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Michelle Fee, CEO of CruisePlanners, and Michael Drever, past president, CEO and founder of Expedia CruiseShipCenters. CLIA’s Hall of Fame is one of the highlights of the conference, providing an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of individuals whose efforts and accomplishments represent a significant contribution to the development and growth of cruise vacations. The Hall of Fame Dinner & Awards gala will be held on June 21. The 2013 inductees join a prestigious group of more than 33 Hall of Fame industry leaders, including last year’s winners Maurice Zarmati, a cruise industry pioneer who held senior positions with Carnival Cruise Lines and Costa Cruises, Sherrie and Charlie Funk of Just Cruisin’ Plus in Nashville, and Brad and Van Anderson, co-presidents of Avoya Travel/American Express. Winners are selected based on open nominations from CLIA’s membership. (

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