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NCL to host first series of virtual consumer events for ANZ travellers

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is launching ‘An Evening with NCL’, its first series of virtual consumer events for Australia and New Zealand travellers.

In what aims to be a fun and informative event series, NCL will provide its travel partners with a unique tool to inspire their VIP clients to begin planning for future cruise holidays, all without having to leave the comfort of their living rooms.

Attendees can enjoy a choice of three exclusive evening events broadcast real-time to their smart phone, tablet, or computer where they can meet the NCL team, discover what’s new, ask any questions they might have and plan their future cruise with an exclusive offer available on the night.

NCL will be hosting three sessions this month for guests dreaming of their next travel adventure:

  • Discover Worldwide Cruises with NCL: Tuesday, 23 March, 6:30pm (EST)/8:30pm (NZDT)
  • The Best of Europe with NCL: Wednesday, 24 March, 6:30pm (EST)/8:30pm (NZDT)
  • Close to Home L Thursday, 25 March, 6:30pm (EST)/8:30pm (NZDT)

Each session will include details on key itineraries from the featured region, as well as current promotions.

To continue its support to travel partners, all guests will be asked to supply information on how they heard about the event, as well as providing details of their preferred travel agent.

NCL will then pass these leads onto the relevant travel agent following the events so that they can coordinate a personalised follow-up for conversion.

Travel partners are invited to share these sessions with their clients, who can register HERE.



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