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New & Unique Asia Itineraries For 2021 And 2022 To Be Showcased In ‘NCL’S News & Network’ Webinar

August 12, 2020 Cruise No Comments Email Email

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), the innovator in global cruise travel with a 53-year history of breaking boundaries, will be featuring its new 2021-2022 Asia itineraries in its next ‘NCL’s News & Network Series’ webinar on Tuesday 18 August at 10:30am (AEST).

To be hosted by NCL’s Business Development Manager QLD, Craig McLaurin, the latest webinar in the series will provide Australian and New Zealand travel agents with an educational overview of Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Spirit’s Asia itineraries, as well as Norwegian Spirit’s repositioning itineraries to and from Asia to Australia.

As part of what will be a fun, interactive and informative experience for travel partners, NCL will be giving away five $50 gift cards during the session to agents who are able to answer Craig’s questions revealed during the webinar.

“With increased interest in closer-to-home sailings, there has never been a better time for our valued travel partners to gain insights into our immersive Asia itineraries. Whether your client is looking to explore Bangkok’s mouth-watering street food and ornate temples, or experience the majesty of Japan during its famous cherry blossom season, our Asia itineraries offer the chance to deep-dive into some of the world’s most ancient and striking locations,” said Damian Borg, Norwegian Cruise Line Director of Sales, Australia and New Zealand.

NCL’s 2021 and 2022 Asia itineraries will be departing from a range of ports including Bali (Benoa), Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Dubai, Hong Kong, Seattle, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo, with a range of repositioning voyages to Australia also on offer. The new sailings will further include the Asian debuts of Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Spirit in 2021, delighting guests with several new ports in the region: Norwegian Sun will offer first-time calls to Muara (Brunei), Manila and Coron (Philippines), while Norwegian Spirit will feature Yangon (Myanmar) for the first time.

Travel partners are invited to tune into NCL’s Asia webinar on 18 August 2020 at 10.30am and can register here.

For updates on ‘NCL’s News & Network’ series, including future topics and dates, travel agents are encouraged to sign up to NCL’s dedicated Australia and New Zealand Partners First Facebook group, where they will also be able to ask follow-up questions. Travel partners can also sign up to the brand’s Partners First emails for further information by contacting SalesSupportAUNZ@ncl.com.

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