Norwegian Cruise Line has celebrated the completion of its Great Cruise Comeback with the sailing of Norwegian Spirit, the 17th and final ship in its fleet to return to service.
Following a 500-day pause, NCL's first vessel to carry passengers was Norwegian Jade on July 25, 2021, from Piraeus and the ramp-up continued since then.
"This is an incredibly important day in our history and a defining moment for our future," NCL President and CEO Harry Sommer said. "We are moving full speed ahead, having already welcomed more than half a million guests for an exceptional vacation at sea" NCL President and CEO Harry Sommer said. "We are moving full speed ahead, having already welcomed more than half a million guests for an exceptional vacation at sea."
The Norwegian Spirit, which is sporting an extensive bow-to-stern, over $100 million revitalization, will be sailing through the deep blue South Pacific, visiting eight ports in 12 days, with departures from the beautiful Island of Tahiti.
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