Norwegian Cruise Line is dubbing its return to service as “The Great Cruise Comeback.”
After 13 months without sailings, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. — which operates Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands – announced it’s on course to return to cruising beginning in July and August 2021 on Norwegian Joy, Jade and Gem with departures from Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Greece.
“We’re back, and we’re ready. We believe that this is not only going to be the healthiest and safest vacation experience but this is going to be the best experiential vacation experience, and that’s what I am so excited to share and have our travel partners understand, that we’re not compromising on either,” Katina Athanasiou, NCL’s chief sales officer tells Travel Courier. “It is equally important for us to deliver healthy and safe sailings, and still deliver the great cruise experience and intense port visits that we do on a regular basis.”
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