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WIN a spot on the first sailing of Norwegian Spirit


As part of its trade recognition program NCL Legends, Norwegian Cruise Line is giving Australian and New Zealand trade partners the opportunity to be one of the first to experience Norwegian Spirit’s US$100 million revitalisation on her inaugural sailing.


Dining on Norwegian Spirit


The top 15 individual travel agencies will have the opportunity to send one of their consultants on a once-in-a-lifetime voyage aboard Norwegian Spirit’s 5-day inaugural Asia sailing, departing from Singapore to Hong Kong on 15 April 2020, with return economy flights, pre-cruise accommodation and more included. 


To be in the running for this incredible incentive, agencies simply need to book and deposit $30,000 or more of NCL worldwide product – either directly with NCL or via any eligible wholesale partner – by 28 February 2020.


The top 12 agencies with the highest Net Ticket Revenue (NTR) in worldwide products, and the top three agencies with the highest percentage NTR growth vs same booking period last year, will win a spot.


The winning travel agencies will receive a Single Stateroom aboard Norwegian Spirit’s inaugural Asia sailing, for which they can nominate one of their consultants to sail.  


Mandara Spa


Prize Details:     

  • A single Stateroom on Norwegian Spirit's 5-day sailing departing from Singapore to Hong Kong on 15 April 2020.
  • Economy flights to Singapore and return from Hong Kong on 20 April 2020.
  • 1-night pre-cruise accommodation in Singapore.
  • An invitation to the exclusive pre-cruise cocktail party in Singapore.
  • Airport transfers to hotel pre-cruise and from ship post-cruise.


Norwegian Spirit will enter dry dock in early 2020 for an over US$100 million revitalisation. As part of the nearly 40-day renovation, the ship will emerge featuring 14 new venues, additional staterooms and an expanded Mandara Spa, with the refurbishment being the most extensive undertaken in the history of NCL.


Norwegian Spirit will sail out of dry dock in February 2020 to offer some of the most sought-after itineraries around the world, including 10 new ports of call.


She will be the first in the Company’s fleet to visit Bali (Celun Bawang), Jakarta and Surabaya, Indonesia; Beppu, Kumamoto, Nagoya and Tokyo, Japan; Taipei (Keelung) Taiwan; and Yangon, Myanmar.



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