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Norwegian Cruise Line announces six trade and consumer roadshows for 2021

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Norwegian Cruise Line has revealed a series of six trade and consumer roadshows taking place in September and October 2021.

The events, to be held across the UK, are the line’s first in-person roadshows since the start of the pandemic.

The line said that the events will provide “loyal travel partners with the latest updates and information from NCL in one informative and engaging evening”.

Agents will be given support, tools and information to “capitalise on the strong demand for cruises in 2021, 2022 and 2023”.

The line is also giving away a stateroom on Norwegian Primas inaugural sailing at every roadshow.

Norwegian Cruise Line vice-president of international business Eamonn Ferrin said: “We’re delighted to celebrate the return of cruise holidays, taking our roadshows around the country and re-engaging with our loyal travel partners and customers.

“The roadshows are an informative and fun way to learn about NCL whilst catching up in person, something I’ve missed terribly. I can’t wait to see familiar faces and form new connections at the events.”

The trade roadshows will take place in the evening, starting at 6:15 pm with food and drinks, followed by a presentation at 7pm.

Meanwhile, the consumer events will take place during the day and are open to guests who have sailed with Norwegian Cruise Line previously. Guests will have an afternoon tea followed by a presentation, detailing updates and plans for the line.

The roadshows will be held at the following locations:

  • 21 September: Glasgow, Grand Central Hotel
  • 22 September: Newcastle, Newcastle United Football Stadium
  • 5 October: Belfast, Hastings Europa Hotel
  • 7 October Birmingham, Edgbaston Cricket Stadium
  • 19 October: Southampton, Ageas Bowl
  • 20 October: Manchester, Lancashire Cricket Stadium

NCL resumed US cruise operations in August, with Norwegian Encore’s inaugural call to Icy Strait Point, Alaska.

This followed the line’s return to service when Norwegian Jade departed Athens for a series of immersive Greek Isles itineraries.

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