Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH) (the "Company" or "Norwegian") today announced "Experiences at Sea," the merger of Sixthman Festivals at Sea, a subsidiary of NCL, and the Charters, Meetings and The company's Incentives (“CM&I”) will host 13 consecutive events over 66 nights in spring 2023, demonstrating the company's dedication to delivering unique immersive adventures at sea for a variety of passionate affinity communities.
The newly formed "Experiences at Sea" brand will leverage Sixthman's 21 years of experience in producing over 160 charter flights focused on creating immersive experiences along with the expertise of the company's CM&I team to further serve the company's corporate, incentive and affinity clients across all three of its award-winning brands: Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. The division aims to bring guests together for highly curated, elevated cruise experiences with an emphasis on community, connection and travel that creates memories that last a lifetime.
“As we begin 2023, we are thrilled to collaborate with our extensive roster of artists and NCL client partners with a record 13 consecutive immersive cruises at sea aboard Norwegian Pearl, bringing guests from a variety of like-minded communities together. to experience unique vacations with your favorite artists, athletes, actors, comedians and other lifestyle favorites,” said Anthony Diaz, Sixthman CEO and Senior Vice President of Charters, Meetings and Incentives for Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. “ Driven by all that the “Experiences at Sea” unit has to offer, we are committed to going above and beyond to exceed expectations of what a vacation can be.It has been very rewarding to be a part of setting the stage for the guests to come out and gather!”
The company's CM&I team is already being recognized for creating personalized experiences for its clients by winning Prevue Visionary and Northstar Stella awards for "Best Events and Meetings at Sea" for 2022.
From wrestling to nurses, influential internet comedians, the LGBTQIA+ community, and music genres like Rock, Americana, Country, Pop, Electronic Dance and Blues, and much more, Norwegian Pearl will host this record number of back-to-back themed cruises. from January 20 to March 27, 2023. Voyages will sail from Miami bound for a variety of Caribbean islands, including the Company's stunning private destinations of Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas and Harvest Caye in Belize. The 13 consecutive NCL cruises from January 20, 2023 to March 27, 2023 include:
Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea VIII (March 13-17) Miami to Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic: Joe Bonamassa hosts a celebration of the blues with over 20 artists including Little Feat, Dion, Bobby Rush, Robert Randolph Band and more.
Atlantis (March 17-27) Miami to Key West to Cozumel, Mexico to Harvest Caye, Belize to Colon, Panama to Cartagena, Colombia to Georgetown, Grand Cayman – each Atlantis cruise offers a carefree experience for the gay community based on the friendship, camaraderie, relaxation, indulgence, adventure and just plain uninhibited fun.
More:Broadway Cruise (March 31 - April 5) New York City to Bermuda on Norwegian Gem: Guests can immerse themselves in the world of Broadway with special performances by Tony Award winners Laura Benanti, Kristin Chenoweth, Alan Cumming and more, plus panels and activities from the best creators in the business.
As previously announced in September 2022, "Experiences at Sea" is collaborating with Infinity Sports & Events to offer a series of bespoke cruise vacation packages ranging from one to 10 nights for Rugby World Cup games between on September 8, 2023 and on October 1. on January 16, 2023 aboard NCL's award-winning ship, Norwegian Epic. Travelers on board will enjoy guaranteed official tickets to a selection of games played in Marseille, Nice, Bordeaux and Nantes, France, allowing them to see all the action on the pitch, while some packages allow them to explore the jewels of the Mediterranean, as well as Exclusive Rugby Fan Zone and immersive experiences from former rugby players.