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A three-part, immersive “EMBARK with NCL Episode” will debut on August 11, 2022, at 8 p.m. ET on Facebook and at www.ncl.com/embark. The latest EMBARK with NCL Series, “The Evolution of Innovation,” a showcase of the history of cruising and the Company’s 55-year legacy of pioneering and defining vacation experiences at sea, was announced today by Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), the innovator in global cruise travel with a rich history of breaking boundaries.
With Norwegian Prima’s highly awaited premiere just a few weeks away, this three-part documentary traces the company’s revolutionary achievements and series of firsts that changed contemporary cruising and set it up for this next stage of brand development. In this new episode of EMBARK, viewers are taken on a tour of NCL’s illustrious history, from the Company’s new Prima Class of ships, which will make their debut in August 2022, to its status as the first cruise line to provide roundtrip Caribbean excursions in 1966.
Each episode highlights a different aspect of NCL’s inventive, multifaceted, and customer-centered approach through the unique perspectives of NCL executives, seasoned employees, devoted viewers, and remarkable people who have contributed significantly to the Company’s development from the very beginning. The episodes offer viewers the chance to take an exclusive look into the history of the brand, with never-before-seen interviews and archived footage, as well as a first glimpse at the exceptional class of vessels that will define NCL’s future. They do this by bringing viewers along Norwegian’s storied past, present, and future.
“The Evolution of Entertainment,” “The History of Innovation,” and “The Future of the Cruise Experience” are the three episodes. The first episode will debut on Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 8 p.m. ET on Facebook and www.ncl.com/embark before all three episodes become immediately on-demand.
For 55 years, Norwegian Cruise Line has been pushing the envelope of conventional sailing as the pioneer in international cruise travel. Most significantly, the cruise line transformed the sector by giving passengers the freedom and flexibility to plan their ideal vacation according to their own schedule, with no set dining or entertainment hours or formal dress rules.
With 18 modern ships in its fleet, it now travels to roughly 400 of the most sought-after locations on earth, including Harvest Caye in Belize and Great Stirrup Cay, the company’s private island in the Bahamas.
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