NCL to launch three-part video series to celebrate legacy and showcase future

NCL to launch three-part video series to celebrate legacy and showcase future

The first episode premiered on Thursday 11 August

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is set to release its latest Embark with NCL video series, 'The Evolution of Innovation'.

A showcase of the history of cruising as well as the company’s 55-year legacy of pioneering and defining vacation experiences at sea, this three-part series chronicles the company’s groundbreaking moments and firsts that revolutionised modern-day cruising.

In this new series, viewers are guided through NCL’s journey, from being the first cruise line to offer roundtrip voyages to the Caribbean in 1966 to the launch of the company’s new Prima Class of ships, debuting in 2022.

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In each episode, an element of NCL’s innovation and guest-centred focus is illustrated through the perspectives of NCL executives, long-serving staff members, loyal guests and other individuals who played key roles in the company’s evolution from the start.

Taking viewers through NCL's past, present and future, the episodes offer the opportunity to explore the history of the brand with never-before-seen interviews and archived footage, as well as a first look at the exceptional class of vessels that will define NCL’s future.


Speaking about the latest series, NCL president and chief executive officer Harry Sommer said: "Since 1966, Norwegian Cruise Line has set industry-leading standards for the ultimate vacation experience. ‘The Evolution of Innovation’ documents the company’s pioneering heritage and provides a look into the future, one built on creativity, style and an uncompromising commitment to our guests."

The three episodes include 'History of Innovation', 'The Evolution of Entertainment' and 'The Future of the Cruise Experience'. 

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