Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has created a new division to host full-ship charter events.
The new brand, Experiences at Sea, combines Norwegian Cruise Line
subsidiary Sixthman Festivals at Sea with NCLH's charters, meeting and
The new organization will serve NCLH's corporate, incentive and
affinity clients across its three brands -- NCL, Oceania Cruises and
Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
NCLH said the new division will put on 13 back-to-back full-ship
charter events this winter into early spring, making it the longest
string of full-ship charters in the company's history on the Norwegian
Pearl. The charters will collectively stretch 66 nights.
Among the specialty cruises from 20 January to 27 March are a focus
on wrestling with "Chris Jericho's Rock N Wrestling Rager at Sea" and
"Nursecon at Sea", offering nurses accredited continuing education
Others will be centred around comedic internet influencers, the
LGTBQIA+ community and various music genres including rock, Americana,
country, pop, electronic dance and blues. Voyages will sail from Miami
and call at various Caribbean islands, including NCL's Great Stirrup Cay
in the Bahamas and Harvest Caye in Belize.
The new division, in partnership with Infinity Sports and Events,
will also host vacation packages of one to 10 nights for Rugby World Cup
2023 games between 8 September and 16 October on the Norwegian Epic
that can include tickets to select games in Marseille, Nice, Bordeaux
and Nantes, France.
Sixthman Festivals at Sea has operated for 21 years, producing more than 160 charters.
Source: Travel Weekly