“We need our travel agent partners to sell more than ever before:” NCL exec talks cruise return
NCL’s Eamonn Ferrin is keen as beans for what 2022 holds for the cruise industry, and that’s not just because he gets to meet Katy Perry later this year.
NCL launches double point rewards for Australia & NZ cruises on newly revamped Norwegian Spirit
by Sponsored by Norwegian Cruise Line
In case you haven’t heard, Norwegian Spirit is coming Down Under for the first time in December, following the most extensive – and expensive – makeover in NCL’s history.
Cruise line enters the metaverse with NFT collection
Still grappling to get your head around NFTs? Us too, but that hasn’t stopped us half-arsing our way through this report.
Customers invoke ‘passenger bill of rights’ after cruise ship runs aground in the Caribbean
At Travel Weekly we’re invoking our ‘journalist bill of rights,’ but that just means asking companies for more spring rolls at events.
Norwegian Cruise Line unveils new European brochure
Are your clients itching to cruise their way over to Europe? Well, browsing this brochure will do you no harm at all.
New research by NCL reveals mindful travel will be the ultimate trend in 2022
With World Mental Health day right around the corner, NCL has timed the release of these research findings to perfection.
NCL’s second annual Walk for Wellness challenge kicks off in Australia and NZ
Lockdown life hasn’t been too kind to Travel Weekly’s editor, as he was reminded again this morning while trying to squeeze into his gym shorts.
NCL goes all out for Norwegian Prima’s entertainment and onboard experiences
A three-story transformational theatre-nightclub, a three-level racetrack, freefall drop dry slides … NCL’s new ship really is the definition of ‘extra’.
NCL kicks off second ‘Walk for Wellness’ challenge
The cruise line’s popular wellbeing initiative is back, and our editor has splashed out on a pair of fluoro pink gym tights for the occasion.
“Fortune favours the bold”: NCL boss urges agents to double down
by Huntley Mitchell
Harry Sommer has encouraged agents to be bold and “make a name for themselves”. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean streaking at a footy match or changing your hairstyle to a mowhawk.
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