Norwegian Cruise Line has announced a total of 64 cruises are being given away across the U.S. and Canada to celebrate the arrival of Norwegian Encore.
NCL Giving Away Cruises
The cruise line is giving away 64 cruises across the United States and Canada as part of the Encore Moments campaign to recognize and reward everyday heroes across North America. Anyone can have the chance of getting a free cruise by being nominated by the public. It’s a great way to give back to those who provide a positive impact on their friends, family, and communities.
Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line, said:
“We are in the people business, delivering positive, memorable experiences around the world.”
“We believe it is very important to make the time to celebrate and thank the people whose acts of kindness and compassion make a difference in the lives of their friends, families and communities. We are very proud and excited to launch Encore Moments and we encourage the public to bring these hometown heroes to the forefront for a well-deserved encore.”
The new Encore Moments campaign has been launched just in time for NCL’s new Norwegian Encore cruise ship which debuts in November. The ship will be the final Breakaway-plus vessel and feature the largest race track at sea.
52 people in the U.S. will be rewarded with a free cruise with one person in each state including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The same goes for those in Canada’s provinces but excluding Quebec.
Each nominee from each state who received the most votes can choose a three-day to five-day cruise on almost any Norwegian cruise ship. An awards ceremony will take place for the 64 nominees and they will get their airfare and accommodations covered for the event in New York City. Encore Moments is running from September 18 to October 18, 2019.
Norwegian Encore will debut from Southampton on a transatlantic cruise on November 2. She will arrive in New York on November 11 and will start regular 7-day Caribbean cruises from Miami, Florida on November 24. The ship is over 169,000 gross tons with a guest capacity of around 4,000 at double occupancy.