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Last $55.49 USD
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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. engages in the cruise line operations worldwide. The company’s cruise lines span market segments from contemporary to luxury under the Norwegian, Oceania, and Regent brands. These brands operate 21 ships with approximately 40,000 Berths visiting approximately 420 worldwide destinations. The company’s brands would introduce 6 additional ships through 2019 increasing the total Berths to approximately 58,000. Norwegian Business Norwegian offers various cruises ranging in length from one day to three weeks. Each of Norwegian’s 13 modern ships has been purpose-built to consistently deliver the ‘Freestyle Cruising’ product offering, which provides Norwegian with a competitive advantage by differentiating it from other cruise line offerings. During 2014, Norwegian’s ships docked at 126 ports worldwide, with itineraries originating from 19 ports of which 13 are in North America. In line with Norwegian’s strategy of innovation, majority of these North American ports are part of the ‘Homeland Cruising’ program in which it has homeports that are close to major population centers, such as New York, Boston and Miami. Norwegian offers a selection of exotic itineraries outside of the traditional cruising markets of the Caribbean and Mexico, including cruises in Europe (the Mediterranean and the Baltic), Bermuda, Alaska, and the industry’s only entirely inter-island itinerary in Hawaii with Norwegian’s U.S.-flagged ship, Pride of America. Norwegian’s Hawaii itinerary is unparalleled in the cruise industry, as all other ships from competing cruise lines are registered outside the U.S. and are required to dock at a distant foreign port when providing their guests with a Hawaii-based cruise itinerary. Norwegian straddles both the contemporary and premium segments. Norwegian has been recognized for its achievements as the recipient of multiple honorary awards, primarily consisting of reviews tabulated from the readers of travel periodicals, such as Travel Weekly, Condé Nast Traveler, and Travel + Leisure, as well as being recognized as ‘Europe’s Leading Cruise Line’ seven years in a row, and as both ‘Caribbean’s Leading Cruise Line’ and ‘World’s Leading Large Ship Cruise Line’ by the World Travel Awards. Norwegian Breakaway, which was launched in 2013, was named ‘Best New Ship’ by the editors of Cruise Critic and ‘Best Rookie Cruise Ship’ by the readers of Travel Weekly. Norwegian Getaway, which was launched in 2014, was Bon Voyage Magazine’s Editor’s Choice for ‘Best New Ship’, Travel Weekly Readers’ Choice ‘Best New Ship’ in 2014 and TravAlliance Travvy Awards ‘Best Cruise Ship, Contemporary’ in 2015. Prestige Business Prestige is a major operator in the Upscale segment of the cruise industry with two cruise brands, Oceania and Regent. These two brands operate a total of 8 ships with approximately 6,400 Berths. Majority suites and staterooms in Prestige’s fleet feature a private balcony, which caters to customers in the Upscale segment. These customers are typically affluent, well-traveled retirees who are high repeat guests and book reservations far in advance. Oceania operates a fleet of five mid-size ships, providing the company’s customers with an upscale and sophisticated experience, including personalized service and elegant accommodations. Oceania offers destination-oriented cruises to approximately 330 ports worldwide, and includes two 1,250 Berth O-Class ships, which were added in 2011 and 2012 and three 684 Berth R-Class ships. In 2014, the company purchased a ship from a third party to join the Oceania fleet, which would be named Sirena. After its current Charter ends in March 2016, the company would extensively refurbish the ship to Oceania standards and it would be a sister ship to the R-class ships. Regent offers a luxury all-inclusive cruise vacation experience, including free air transportation, a pre-cruise hotel night stay, premium wines and top shelf liquors, gratuities and unlimited shore excursions. The brand operates 3 all-suite ships, totaling 1,890 Berths that include imaginative itineraries to approximately 300 ports worldwide. The Regent brand focuses

 

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