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WATCH: Norwegian Cruise Line Press Conference at Seatrade

Cruise Line & Cruise Ship | Norwegian Cruise Line | Jason Leppert | March 21, 2016

WATCH: Norwegian Cruise Line Press Conference at Seatrade

Photo by Jason Leppert

Periscoped live from Seatrade Cruise Global 2016 last week via Twitter and now you can watch permanent replays on YouTube.

At this press conference, President & Chief Operating Officer of Norwegian Cruise Line Andrew Stuart outlined the company's Norwegian Edge fleet enhancement program to maintain brand consistency from its newest to oldest ships and further outlined what's to come at its new private Harvest Caye destination in Belize. 

Highlights include a "flighthouse" with zip-line attractions, catamaran tours from the ship and marina, and Jimmy Buffett food and beverages ashore. There will even be a ropes course on the island itself, which along with the zip-lines will be available to guests at additional cost.

Of interesting note, personal watercraft rentals will not be offered as the cruise line felt they were not congruent with the vibe of the destination. Harvest Caye will be featured on all of Norwegian's western Caribbean itineries with only one ship in per day.

Check out Brian Major's article for additional details and the full conference video embedded below.

Check out more videos from Seatrade:

State of the Global Cruise Industry

State of the Cruise Industry in The Americas

State of the Cruise Industry Asia/Australasia

MSC Cruises CEO Gianni Onorato

Cunard Line Press Conference at Seatrade

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