Norwegian Cruise Line named “Europe’s Leading Cruise Line” for seventh consecutive year

By Norwegian Cruise Line

<p class="p1"><span style="font-size:16px;"><b>Norwegian Cruise Line named “Europe’s Leading Cruise Line” for seventh consecutive year</b></span></p><p class="p2"><br></p><p class="p4"><strong>Wiesbaden, August 4, 2014 </strong>– Norwegian Cruise Line has been named “Europe’s Leading Cruise Line” for the seventh consecutive year by the World Travel Awards.</p><p class="p4">The annual awards, held <span class="s1">on August&nbsp;</span><span class="s1">2, </span><span class="s1">2014</span> in Athens, Greece, recognize travel companies for delivering an outstanding customer experience and are voted by travel agents and consumers worldwide. Norwegian, which has been honoured with the accolade since 2008, has for the third consecutive year deployed four Freestyle Cruising vessels in Europe in summer, offering an array of sailings ranging from four to fourteen nights. The company will deploy its largest ship, Norwegian Epic, year-round in Europe beginning next summer.</p><p class="p4">“Receiving this award for an unprecedented seventh year in a row is a testament to Norwegian’s unique cruise experience, and our wide variety of exciting itinerary options,” said Kevin Sheehan, President and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line. “This award shows that both industry professionals and guests appreciate our world-class cruise vacation and we’re so proud to be named Europe’s Leading Cruise Line once again.”</p><p class="p4">Norwegian’s European sailings provide guests with the opportunity to visit the most beautiful places in Europe with the convenience of only unpacking once. Currently Norwegian Jade sails <span class="s1">7-night</span> Greek Isles and <span class="s1">7-night</span> Adriatic, Greece and Turkey cruises from Venice. In the upcoming winter season 2014/15, the ship will sail a <span class="s1">10</span><span class="s1">-night</span> Eastern Mediterranean and an <span class="s1">11-night</span> Western Mediterranean itinerary from Civitavecchia (Rome). Norwegian Spirit currently offers <span class="s1">12-night</span> Grand Mediterranean voyages between Barcelona and Venice and in the winter season will sail a <span class="s1">10-night</span> Canary Islands and Morocco itinerary from Barcelona.</p><p class="p4"><span class="s1">On September 22</span>, 2014, Norwegian Star will embark on the popular, <span class="s1">14-nigh</span><a data-cke-saved-href="http://airmail.calendar/2014-08-11%2014:00:00%20CEST" href="http://airmail.calendar/2014-08-11%2014:00:00%20CEST"><span class="s1">t</span></a> Norway, Iceland and Faroe Islands itinerary from Copenhagen visiting Bergen and Ålesund, Norway; Lerwick, Shetland Islands; Tórshavn, Faroe Islands; Reykjavik, Iceland; Greenock (Glasgow), Scotland; and Dublin, Ireland. Currently Norwegian Star visits the Baltic Capitals on <span class="s1">9-night</span> cruises from Copenhagen.</p><p class="p4">Norwegian Epic, currently sailing the Western Mediterranean through <span class="s1">October 19</span>, will return to the Mediterranean year-round next spring, offering <span class="s1">7-night</span> Western Mediterranean cruises from Barcelona and from Rome (Civitavecchia) beginning <span class="s1">May 3, 2015</span>. The itinerary features five exciting ports of call in three different countries: Italy, Spain and France and includes a stop in the very chic port of Cannes.</p><p><br></p>
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