Head Winds for Norwegian Cruise Line

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Aug 1. Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) on July 29 took delivery of its newest and most revolutionary ship, Norwegian Prima, in Marghera, Venice, at the Fincantieri shipyard. This marks the arrival of the first ship in NCL’s Prima, which will see six new ships delivered through 2027. 

Present at the landmark event was Frank Del Rio, president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd; Harry Sommer, president and CEO of NCL; Luigi Matarazzo, general manager of the Merchant Ships Division of Fincantieri; as well as other notable NCLH and Fincantieri executives. The delivery celebration was followed by the traditional flag exchange ceremony. 

At 965 feet long, displacing 142,500 gross registered tons and with capacity for 3,100 guests double occupancy, Norwegian Prima is designed to put guests first. She features wide-open spaces, stunning design, and a variety of brand and industry-first experiences. She lays claim as the most spacious new cruise ship in the contemporary category and offers the most outdoor deck space and expansive accommodations of any new build. 

Source: Insider Travel 

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