About

A Leading Global Cruise Company

We are a leading global cruise company with a portfolio of three award-winning brands and a vision to be the vacation of choice for everyone around the world. We set ourselves apart with our young modern fleet, robust growth profile and innovative, best-in-class product offerings

Norwegian at a Glance

Ships in fleet 28

Ships in fleet

Berths ~60,000

Berths

Ships on order 9*

Ships on order

Berths on order ~24,000

Berths on order

Ports visited in 2019 490+

Ports visited in 2019

Guests carried in 2019 ~2.7M

Guests carried in 2019

Company team members  ~34,000

Company team members

Luxurious private destinations 2

Luxurious private destinations

* Nine vessels with deliveries from 2022 to 2027.

World-renowned Cruise Brands

We operate Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Our diverse brands offer a high level of onboard service and rich experiences for our guests. Whether guests are looking for unparalleled freedom, immersive sensory experiences, or all-inclusive luxury, they’ll find what they love aboard our fleet.

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Passion Propels Us

Vision

To be the vacation of choice for everyone around the world.

Mission

Provide exceptional vacation experiences, delivered by passionate team members committed to world-class hospitality and innovation.

Values

  • Flawless Execution
  • Dedication to Family and Community
  • Spirit of Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Excellence
  • Environmental Stewardship

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Navigating with a Highly Experienced Team

Our leadership team is comprised of diverse and accomplished executives with strong entrepreneurial spirits coupled with decades of experience in cruise, travel, leisure and hospitality-related industries.

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A Leader in Cruise with Compelling Competitive Strengths

Our decades of experience as a cruising operator have allowed us to fine-tune our many competitive advantages to position us as a strong leader in our industry.

  1. Three award-winning brands
  2. Efficient organizational structure
  3. A leading operator in upscale experiences
  4. Youngest fleet of major operators
  5. Differentiated pricing drivers
  6. Highly experienced management team
  7. Strong financial track record
  8. Fastest growing cruise operator*
  9. Sizable yet nimble fleet
  10. Go-to-market strategy

*Compared to major publicly traded cruise operators

Sail & Sustain

Cruising Toward a Sustainable Future

We are deeply committed to driving a positive impact on society and the environment while preserving the planet and protecting our shared resources. To honor our commitment, we have developed a comprehensive global sustainability program, Sail & Sustain, that encompasses every aspect of our operations.

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A History of Cruising Innovations

Our story began more than half a century ago when Norwegian Caribbean Line was founded by Norway’s oldest and most respected shipping company. In 1966, we made a groundbreaking maiden voyage with 550 passengers that changed how the world viewed holidays at sea. No longer simply a means of transportation, the ship became a destination unto itself, offering guests an exciting, affordable alternative to land-based resorts. As the cruise industry began to gain popularity, Norwegian led the way with its introduction of a fleet of sleek, new “white ships” in the late 60s and early 70s and continued to add capacity and expand itineraries throughout the next two decades. Norwegian Caribbean Line became Norwegian Cruise Line in 1987 to reflect an expanded route structure. Throughout the 90s the company continued to expand its fleet with newer and larger vessels built to replace the now retired “white ships.”