Article from: www.cruiseindustrynews.com
Here are the main moves that have taken place for Norwegian Cruise Line since March 2020:
In May, Norwegian said that delays in newbuild deliveries are to be expected due to the effects of COVID-19 on shipyards. So far, however, none of the company’s new ships has been officially pushed back.
After receiving the Norwegian Encore in 2019, the company’s displaced capacity growth strategy saw its next newbuild scheduled for delivery in 2022, with the first Leonardo Project vessel, which is one of six.
Not Selling Ships
Norwegian has not sold any ships off its fleet during the pandemic.
Commenting on the subject, Norwegian Cruise Line Holding’s CEO said that his company already has a young fleet, and no sales are in the plans.
Healthy Sail Panel with Royal Caribbean
In July, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings partnered with the Royal Caribbean Group to create enhanced cruise health and safety standards. According to the company, the new protocols were planned as a response to the global COVID-19 pandemic and would achieve the readiness for the safe resumption of operations.
Together, the companies created a group of experts, called the “Healthy Sail Panel.”
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