NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE (NCL) began in 1966 with three- and four-day cruises from Miami to the Bahamas. Since then NCL was at the forefront of the cruise market, always up to date with the latest trends, and in many ways defined the modern “cruise fashion. Thanks to NCL, many original Caribbean and Alaskan itineraries have been available to cruise vacationers. NCL was the first of the major cruise companies to offer its tourists itineraries from Argentina to the Chilean fjords and then along the coast through the Panama Canal to Miami.
The company’s itineraries have always attracted people who like anything new and original, music, sports and exciting themed voyages. The new management proclaimed a “Free Cruising Style” on the company’s ships, breaking long-standing nautical taboos and conventions. Buoyed by a bright and unusual advertising campaign, the bold ideas of the management team brought many new fans to the NCL liners.
NCL’s market policy is a blueprint for how a modern cruise company should develop. Aggressive, bold and resolute, the company is constantly implementing new and revolutionary projects, making profitable alliances, fighting for new markets and feeling confident in the markets already gained. The company carefully monitors the restocking of its fleet.
The elegant interiors of the liners abound in objects of art, up to the original French impressionists, displayed in the restaurants on Norwegian Dawn.
In the evenings, great Broadway shows and musicals (including such masterpieces as “Cats” and “Phantom of the Opera”) await you in the theater.
On board there are special programs for children in four age categories: ages 2 to 5, 6 to 8, 9 to 12, and 13 to 17.
On board the company’s ships those who are young at heart are always welcome and eager to arrange a fascinating and varied recreation for them!
The currency on board is U.S. dollars.
USA and Bahamas, Hawaii, Caribbean Islands, Panama Canal and Mexico, South America.
The company’s liners:
Pride of Aloha
Pride of America
Pride of HawaiiI