About Subscribe Submit news Get in touch
 
Home Opinion In depth Video LIVE Interviews
Norwegian Cruise Lines to resume operations for the first time since COVID-19 pandemic | Planet Attractions
     

news

Norwegian Cruise Lines to resume operations for the first time since COVID-19 pandemic

This is the first cruise the company has done in almost a year and a half




The Norwegian Jade’s first cruise in more than a year began in Greece at the end of July   Credit: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) has resumed business operations for the first time since March 2020.

Cruises resumed with the Norwegian Jade, which began its voyage from Athens, Greece in late July.

COVID protocols for the cruise were strict with all guests needing to be fully vaccinated and adhering to SailSAFE – NCLH’s COVID-safety programme – protocols and procedures.

Guests were also required to take a PCR test before boarding.

NCLH has also announced plans to relaunch all 28 ships in its fleet across all of its brands: Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Harry Sommer, president and chief officer of NCLH said: "The last year has been an incredible journey, and we are beyond ready to welcome our guests back in just a few weeks when Norwegian Jade becomes the first ship in the fleet to return to service.

"Our return has been 500 days in the making, and now we are putting the finishing touches on every detail of the guest experience to ensure we come back in the best and safest way imaginable."

Frank Del Rio, president and CEO of NCLH, said: “We continue to see incredible pent-up demand for future cruise vacations and I look forward to welcoming our loyal guests back onboard.”

In addition to restarting its European voyages, NCLH also plans to continue voyages in North America with a cruise from Seattle to Alaska planned to start on August 7.


Cruise

 

From The Community: How does Disney’s Test Track work? What’s happening at the Tiger King compound? And who just got married?





Saudi Arabia converting off-shore oil rig into jaw-dropping theme park resort





Vodafone partners with Mobile Phone Museum to support digital launch




Industry insights



The story behind Integrated Storytelling by Design



Video



Art Explora: The travelling museum set to operate onboard a €32m catamaran


In Depth



Everything you need to know about IAAPA Expo Europe 2021




© Kazoo 5 Limited 2021
x
About Subscribe Get in touch
 
Opinion In depth Video LIVE
Norwegian Cruise Lines to resume operations for the first time since COVID-19 pandemic | Planet Attractions

news

Norwegian Cruise Lines to resume operations for the first time since COVID-19 pandemic

This is the first cruise the company has done in almost a year and a half




The Norwegian Jade’s first cruise in more than a year began in Greece at the end of July   Credit: Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) has resumed business operations for the first time since March 2020.

Cruises resumed with the Norwegian Jade, which began its voyage from Athens, Greece in late July.

COVID protocols for the cruise were strict with all guests needing to be fully vaccinated and adhering to SailSAFE – NCLH’s COVID-safety programme – protocols and procedures.

Guests were also required to take a PCR test before boarding.

NCLH has also announced plans to relaunch all 28 ships in its fleet across all of its brands: Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Harry Sommer, president and chief officer of NCLH said: "The last year has been an incredible journey, and we are beyond ready to welcome our guests back in just a few weeks when Norwegian Jade becomes the first ship in the fleet to return to service.

"Our return has been 500 days in the making, and now we are putting the finishing touches on every detail of the guest experience to ensure we come back in the best and safest way imaginable."

Frank Del Rio, president and CEO of NCLH, said: “We continue to see incredible pent-up demand for future cruise vacations and I look forward to welcoming our loyal guests back onboard.”

In addition to restarting its European voyages, NCLH also plans to continue voyages in North America with a cruise from Seattle to Alaska planned to start on August 7.


 



© Kazoo 5 Limited 2021