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How NCL is making our Icelandic dreams come

Iceland has long been on my bucket list - I’m longing to go.


Thanks to Norwegian Cruise Line some very lucky members of Australian travel media enjoyed some magical NCL hospitality in an Icelandic themed Sydney restaurant yesterday.


It was the perfect location to celebrate NCL’s cruise comeback and their newest ship Prima set to make its debut next month in Reykjavik, Iceland.


“We are celebrating our great cruise comeback with our full fleet returning to service in May this year,” VP and Managing Director, APAC, Ben Angell, said.



“We’ve gone from strength to strength in the last few months. Consumer demand has been fantastic and, with Europe being a core destination for us, we are enjoying a record breaking season there right now.”


Having won the title of Europe’s top cruise line for 14 years in a row it’s hardly surprising that NCL is bouncing back brilliantly.


“The Prima is a step change for our brand - she and her sister ships (one a year over the next six years) really elevate the NCL brand from contemporary premium to premium contemporary and are spectacular vessels.”



A ship full of firsts, Norwegian Prima is the most spacious new ship in the contemporary and premium cruise category, redefining what’s possible at sea with her ground-breaking onboard experiences, including NCL’s largest-ever accommodations, spell-binding entertainment, indulgent relaxation and incredible culinary experiences.


After an absolutely sumptuous lunch we were treated to a fantastic vocal performance from Emily Williams singing songs from the Donna Summer story currently playing on the NCL fleet.



Saving the best ‘til last, the draw for the winner of a Prima cruise couldn’t have been more exciting…. especially when my name was called out!



Looks like my Iceland dream will soon come true in fantastic style aboard Prima!



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Written by: Jenny Rowland
Published: 29 July 2022

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