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Published on Tuesday, September 7, 2021

NCL hosting roadshows across UK

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) will go on the road in the coming weeks to meet travel trade partners.

Trade roadshows are taking place in the evening with six events announced at locations across the UK.

They will be NCL's first in-person roadshows since the beginning of the pandemic.

Travel partners are invited to join the events which will commence at 6.15pm with food and drink, followed by a presentation at 7pm covering NCL's return to service plans, latest updates for Norwegian Prima, NCL Freestyle Rewards, plus Marketing and Sales tips.

NCL is giving away a stateroom on Norwegian Prima's inaugural sailing at every event, which is available to win by simply attending.

Consumer roadshows will take place during the daytime and are open to all guests who have sailed with NCL in the past.

Attendees will be served afternoon tea and drinks from 2pm to 3pm, followed by a presentation from 3pm to 4pm to include: return to service plans, Norwegian Prima updates and what to expect on your next NCL cruise.

Eamonn Ferrin, NCL's Vice President of International Business, said: "We're delighted to celebrate the return of cruise holidays, taking our roadshows around the country and re-engaging with our loyal travel partners and customers."


Roadshows will be held at the following locations:

21 September: Glasgow, Grand Central Hotel

22 September: Newcastle, Newcastle United Football Stadium

5 October: Belfast, Hastings Europa Hotel

7 October: Birmingham, Edgbaston Cricket Stadium

19 October: Southampton, Ageas Bowl

20 October: Manchester, Lancashire Cricket Stadium 

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