NCL Announces ‘Evolution of Innovation’ Series

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Norwegian Cruise Line has announced its latest EMBARK with NCL video series, called “The Evolution of Innovation.” The three-part program will showcase the history of cruising, as well as the cruise line’s 55-year legacy of creating vacation experiences at sea.

With just a few weeks away from the debut of Norwegian Prima, “The Evolution of Innovation” episodes will chronicle moments that have prepared Norwegian Cruise Line for the next evolution of its brand. Viewers are guided through Norwegian becoming the first cruise line to offer roundtrip voyages to the Caribbean in 1966 to the line’s new Prima-class debuting this month.

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Norwegian Prima (Rendering courtesy of Norwegian Cruise Line)

In each episode, an element of Norwegian’s key priorities are illustrated through the perspectives of Norwegian Cruise Line executives, long-serving staff members, loyal guests, and individuals who have played key roles in the company’s evolution from the very beginning. Episodes include never-before-seen interviews and archived footage, as well as a first look at the class of ships that will define the cruise line’s future.

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“Since 1966, Norwegian Cruise Line has set industry leading standards for the ultimate vacation experience,” said Harry Sommer, president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line.

“‘The Evolution of Innovation’ documents the Company’s pioneering heritage and provides a look into the future, one built on creativity, style and an uncompromising commitment to our guest.”

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Norwegian Prima (Rendering courtesy of Norwegian Cruise Line)

The three episodes within this series of EMBARK include “History of Innovation,” “The Evolution of Entertainment,” and “The Future of the Cruise Experience.”

The first episode will premiere tomorrow, August 11 at 8 pm eastern time at and on Facebook. Following the premiere of the first episode, all three episodes will immediately be made available on-demand.

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