Annual report pursuant to Section 13 and 15(d)

Related Party Disclosures

Related Party Disclosures
12 Months Ended
Dec. 31, 2015
Related Party Transactions [Abstract]  
Related Party Disclosures
8. Related Party Disclosures


Transactions with Genting HK, the Apollo Holders and the TPG Viking Funds


As of December 31, 2015, the ownership percentages of NCLH’s ordinary shares were as follows:


Shareholder   Number of
Genting HK (1)     25,398,307       11.1 %
Apollo Holders (2)     36,103,782       15.8 %
TPG Viking Funds (3)     5,329,834       2.4 %



(1) Genting HK owns our ordinary shares indirectly through Star NCLC Holdings Ltd., a Bermuda wholly-owned subsidiary.
(2) The Apollo Holders include AAA Guarantor—Co-Invest VI (B), L.P., AIF VI NCL (AIV), L.P., AIF VI NCL (AIV II), L.P., AIF VI NCL (AIV III), L.P., AIF VI NCL (AIV IV), L.P., Apollo Overseas Partners (Delaware) VI, L.P., Apollo Overseas Partners (Delaware 892) VI, L.P., Apollo Overseas Partners VI, L.P., Apollo Overseas Partners (Germany) VI, L.P., AAA Guarantor—Co-Invest VII, L.P., AIF VI Euro Holdings, L.P., AIF VII Euro Holdings, L.P., Apollo Alternative Assets, L.P., Apollo Management VI, L.P. and Apollo Management VII, L.P.
(3) The TPG Viking Funds include TPG Viking, L.P., a Delaware limited partnership, TPG Viking AIV I, L.P., a Cayman Islands exempted limited partnership, TPG Viking AIV II, L.P., a Cayman Islands exempted limited partnership and TPG Viking AIV III, L.P., a Delaware limited partnership.


In December 2015, we repurchased 348,553 ordinary shares under NCLH’s repurchase program as a part of a Secondary Equity Offering by the Apollo Holders and Genting HK for approximately $20.0 million.


In September 2014, NCLH entered into the Merger Agreement with funds affiliated with Apollo and other owners for total consideration of $3.025 billion (including assumption of debt) in cash and stock. On November 19, 2014, we completed the Acquisition of Prestige.


In June 2012, we exercised our option with Genting HK to purchase Norwegian Sky. The purchase price was $259.3 million, which consisted of a $50.0 million cash payment and a $209.3 million payable to Genting HK, $79.7 million of such amount was paid to Genting HK within fourteen days of the consummation of the IPO, together with accrued interest thereon, and the remaining balance is to be repaid over seven equal semi-annual payments the first of which was due and paid in June 2013 and has a weighted-average interest rate of 1.52% through maturity. The fair value of the payable was $205.5 million based on discounting the future payments at an imputed interest rate of 2.26% per annum, which was commensurate with the Company’s borrowing rate for similar assets. The payable is collateralized by a mortgage and an interest in all earnings, proceeds of insurance and certain other interests related to the ship and is included in the balance sheet caption “Due to Affiliate” on our consolidated balance sheets. We have paid $240.8 million to Genting HK in connection with the Norwegian Sky Purchase Agreement through December 31, 2015.