NCL launches new season of online videos

NCL launches new season of online videos

EMBARK with NCL showcases the line’s offering on board and ashore

The second season of Norwegian Cruise Line’s online EMBARK with NCL videos has launched, presented by American TV travel host Zay Harding. 

The first “Caribbean Adventures” episode is split into two parts and follows Harding as he explores Norwegian Encore and visits the islands of the Caribbean. The first season of EMBARK with NCL attracted nearly 3 million views, showcasing the line’s return to cruising after a 500-day pause following the pandemic.

Harry Sommer, president and CEO, said: “EMBARK with NCL allows us to visually showcase the incredible experiences we offer across our dynamic fleet, as well as the unforgettable vacation moments awaiting our guests at some of the most bucket-list worthy destinations around the world. 

“This season, our guests will be able to discover, or rediscover, some of their favourite places, and get a sneak peek into the future of NCL with episodes dedicated to our next best-in-class ship, Norwegian Prima.”

The videos are available to watch at www.ncl.com/embark and on Facebook.

Christine Da Silva, senior vice president of branding and communications, said the first season allowed the line to connect with existing guests and those who missed cruising during the pandemic. “Season two is all about the experience,” she explained. “[It’s] about the food, entertainment and the incredible places we visit. We’re happy to bring all of the benefits and joy of cruising to anyone who wants to see the world.”

After focusing on the Caribbean, the shows will see Harding set sail aboard Pride of America, the only ship to offer roundtrip inter-island voyages from Honolulu. Three other shows will include the “Great Cruise Cookoff,” where NCL’s culinary champions battle it out in the kitchen for a chance to have their creations featured aboard the line’s new ship Norwegian Prima.

The “Evolution of Innovation” episode will celebrate the brand’s history as it prepares to launch the Prima Class. Harding will also travel to Reykjavik for the christening of Norwegian Prima, with godmother and singer Katy Perry.

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