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March 23, 2005

Four More NCL Ships To Feature Dynamic Hull Artwork

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FOUR MORE NCL SHIPS TO FEATURE DYNAMIC HULL ARTWORK

MIAMI (March 16, 2005) – Today at the Seatrade Cruise Shipping Conference in Miami Beach, NCL Corporation unveiled the designs for four more dynamic artwork designs for the hulls of two its new ships and two existing ships. Norwegian Spirit, Norwegian Sun, Norwegian Jewel and Pride of Hawai`i will all feature NCL’s signature colorful hull artwork. Cruise passengers will see Norwegian Jewel’s artwork in August when she is delivered, Norwegian Spirit’s artwork in October 2005 after her dry dock, Norwegian Sun’s artwork in April 2006 after her dry dock and Pride of Hawai`i will sail out of the shipyard with her artwork design in the summer of 2006.

The inspiration for each design varies, at times reflecting the ship’s name like Norwegian Star and at other times reflecting the destination where she sails like Norwegian Dawn.

“Our hull artwork helps set our ships apart from the rest of the industry and is another opportunity for the company to differentiate itself,” said Colin Veitch, NCL’s president and CEO. “Our guests love the artwork, our ships stand out in port and in marketing materials; the illustrations give each ship an individual personality and flair. Most importantly, our painted hulls convey the sense of fun and freedom that guests will find inside every ship.”

Norwegian Jewel's hull artwork design features colors reminiscent of precious stones, including emeralds, rubies, canary diamonds and sapphires.

Norwegian Sun’s artwork will boast a radiant sunburst of red, orange and yellow with colorful streamers adorning the hull.

Norwegian Spirit's hull graphic will depict a voluptuous Sea Nymph happily chasing two playful dolphins through the surf.

Pride of Hawai`i features iconic images of Hawai`i with a hula dancer on one side and a conch shell blower on the other side. Each are joined by the quintessential symbol of Hawai`i’s gracious welcome, a flower Lei. The Lei features Hibiscus flowers in yellows, reds and oranges.

By the end of 2005, NCL will feature seven big, modern ships representing 70 percent of the company’s capacity. With three more panamax ships on the horizon, including Pride of Hawai`i, scheduled for introduction next year, and two new builds planned for 2007, the company is on track to achieve its objective of sailing the youngest fleet in the industry by 2010.

Press Release By Norwegian Cruise Line

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March 23, 2005

Four More NCL Ships To Feature Dynamic Hull Artwork

diamondprincess.jpg

FOUR MORE NCL SHIPS TO FEATURE DYNAMIC HULL ARTWORK

MIAMI (March 16, 2005) – Today at the Seatrade Cruise Shipping Conference in Miami Beach, NCL Corporation unveiled the designs for four more dynamic artwork designs for the hulls of two its new ships and two existing ships. Norwegian Spirit, Norwegian Sun, Norwegian Jewel and Pride of Hawai`i will all feature NCL’s signature colorful hull artwork. Cruise passengers will see Norwegian Jewel’s artwork in August when she is delivered, Norwegian Spirit’s artwork in October 2005 after her dry dock, Norwegian Sun’s artwork in April 2006 after her dry dock and Pride of Hawai`i will sail out of the shipyard with her artwork design in the summer of 2006.

The inspiration for each design varies, at times reflecting the ship’s name like Norwegian Star and at other times reflecting the destination where she sails like Norwegian Dawn.

“Our hull artwork helps set our ships apart from the rest of the industry and is another opportunity for the company to differentiate itself,” said Colin Veitch, NCL’s president and CEO. “Our guests love the artwork, our ships stand out in port and in marketing materials; the illustrations give each ship an individual personality and flair. Most importantly, our painted hulls convey the sense of fun and freedom that guests will find inside every ship.”

Norwegian Jewel's hull artwork design features colors reminiscent of precious stones, including emeralds, rubies, canary diamonds and sapphires.

Norwegian Sun’s artwork will boast a radiant sunburst of red, orange and yellow with colorful streamers adorning the hull.

Norwegian Spirit's hull graphic will depict a voluptuous Sea Nymph happily chasing two playful dolphins through the surf.

Pride of Hawai`i features iconic images of Hawai`i with a hula dancer on one side and a conch shell blower on the other side. Each are joined by the quintessential symbol of Hawai`i’s gracious welcome, a flower Lei. The Lei features Hibiscus flowers in yellows, reds and oranges.

By the end of 2005, NCL will feature seven big, modern ships representing 70 percent of the company’s capacity. With three more panamax ships on the horizon, including Pride of Hawai`i, scheduled for introduction next year, and two new builds planned for 2007, the company is on track to achieve its objective of sailing the youngest fleet in the industry by 2010.

Press Release By Norwegian Cruise Line

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Norwegian Cruise Line Mexican Riviera Cruise Information
Norwegian Cruise Line Hawaii Cruise Sale
Norwegian Cruise Line Holiday Cruises

Posted by Denise at March 23, 2005 12:14 PM

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