Norwegian Jade has become the first of the 17-ship Norwegian Cruise Line fleet to welcome guests after a 500 day break - she also made NCL history as the first vessel to homeport in Athens.
Eamonn Ferrin will oversee sales efforts outside of the United States and Canada and grow the international footprint of the company by deepening existing travel relationships.
Norwegian has unveiled plans for a substantial return to operations from United States and international ports from October. Trips will be on offer to explore Hawaii, the Caribbean, Panama Canal and Asia.
Norwegian Cruise Line has confirmed it expects to resume cruise operations from the United States from August 7th. The line is hoping to offer week-long voyages from Seattle to Alaska.
With voyages beginning August next year, the vessel, the first of six ships within an all-new Prima Class, will offer guests new and exciting itineraries.
Norwegian Cruise Line has revealed its next ship will be called Norwegian Prima. The vessel, due to launch next summer, will be the first of six new ships in a class of the same name.
Norwegian Cruise Line has announced plans to return to service, with new itineraries sailing Europe and the Caribbean, from July 25th. The news comes after more than a year out of the water.
A suspension of all sailings until at least the end of June impacts all three lines in the portfolio - Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has reported an adjusted net loss of $2.2 billion for financial 2020 after nearly a year out of the water. This compares to an adjusted profit of $1.1 billion for 2019.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has cancelled all sailings until at least the end of May as the cruise sector struggles to battle back from the Covid-19 pandemic.
As Norwegian Cruise Line prepares to return to the water, UK, Ireland, Middle East & Africa managing director, Eamonn Ferrin, here tells Breaking Travel News what changes passengers can expect in the post-Covid-19 world
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has confirmed none of its three brands will return to operation until at least the end of November. The move also impacts Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas.