Eamonn Ferrin reveals departure from Norwegian Cruise Line

Eamonn Ferrin reveals departure from Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Cruise Line vice-president of international sales Eamonn Ferrin has revealed he is leaving the cruise line.

Ferrin first joined the company in January 2019. During that time, he expanded the line’s support for UK travel agents as part of NCL’s partners first philosophy.

Last July, he also took on the role of vice-president international business.

He confirmed his departure in a post on LinkedIn, saying: “Thank you to Harry Sommer (Norwegian Cruise Line president) for inviting me four years ago to join the NCL team as managing director & VP for the UK, Ireland & MEA and latterly, to lead the international sales organisation.

“Despite working in the travel industry for almost 25 years, I don’t think I, or any of us, imagined the Covid pandemic and 500 days of not operating was ever a remote possibility, and yet, it happened.

“But, I am so proud of the hard work, commitment, fortitude by all NCL & NCLH teammates, both shoreside and on our ships, to get us back operating again, and indeed, reaching a new milestone of record bookings in November 2022.”

Ferrin also highlighted the line’s “wonderful travel agent partners” in his post, adding: “You are a huge part of our success, past, present and future.

“The future for the cruise industry is very bright indeed, especially with the number of new ships coming in the years ahead, including the beautiful new Prima-class ships.”

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