NCL released NFT pieces and sold them out in just 20 minutes
The collection was created by Manuel Di Rita, an Italian artist known as "Peeta," who designed the hull art on Norwegian Prima. The proceeds will be used for charity
Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) today sold out of the NFT parts it had put up for sale in just 20 minutes from its new NFT Marketplace.
The collection was created by Manuel Di Rita, widely known as "Peeta," the Italian artist who designed the hull art on the record-breaking Norwegian Prima and her sister ship, Norwegian Viva.
The last remaining artwork, 'Norwegian Prima Hull Art', remains up for auction with bidding ending on April 21, 2022 at 8:00pm ET. The auction winner will also receive a balcony stateroom on one of Norwegian Prima's inaugural voyages to the US, departing from Miami.
Pieces from the collection can be found at https://nft.ncl.com, and all proceeds from the NFT auction and primary sales will be donated to Teach For America.
Harry Sommer, President and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line, said, "Prima Class is the future of NCL, taking innovation and guest experiences out of this world...and into the metaverse! an important role in the guest experience. across our fleet, and we're delighted to add to our legacy of pioneering firsts with this foray into the world of NFTs."
Beginning in August 2022, Norwegian Prima will offer voyages to Northern Europe from Amsterdam; and Copenhagen, Denmark from September 3; and Caribbean itineraries from Galveston, Texas; Miami and Orlando, Fla. beginning October 27.