Norwegian Cruise Line is partnering with the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation (GHOF) and Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) Guy Harvey Research Institute to host an ocean conservation-themed cruise on Norwegian Escape this fall.
The cruise departs from Miami on Oct. 21 for a week-long cruise that visits a host of tropical destinations as well as providing the opportunity for passengers to meet world-renowned marine artist Guy Harvey and participate in exciting events revolving around ocean conservation and education, with the goal to foster a more sustainable future for our seas.
NCL’s president and CEO, Andy Stuart said:
“Conservation and sustainability are bedrock values of Norwegian Cruise Line, and the opportunity to further educate guests on the importance of marine conservation to help ensure that future generations will enjoy and benefit from a naturally balanced ocean ecosystem is one that we are incredibly excited about.”
“Guy Harvey has been an incredible partner and his passion for our oceans is unmatched. We are thrilled to invite guests to join us onboard for this once-in-a-lifetime cruise.”
Passengers aboard the Norwegian Escape’s Cruising & Conservation sailing will have the opportunity to meet Guy Harvey and learn more about the GHOF’s efforts to conserve the marine environment, listen in on expert-led discussions about marine conservation and shark tagging and tracking — including the making of a shark documentary — enjoy live painting with Guy Harvey, and so much more.
Each day of events will have a theme, from “Guy Harvey Day” to “Save our Sharks.”
Sail on over to http://www.ncl.com/guyharvey for more.