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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings ltd. extiende la suspensión temporal de sus cruceros hasta el 10 de Mayo

–La suspensión incluye los viajes de Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises y Regent Seven Seas Cruises con fechas de salidas a partir del 12 de abril hasta el 10 de mayo del 2020–

–La suspensión temporal contribuye a los esfuerzos para contener la propagación del coronavirus (COVID-19)–


MIAMI (31 de marzo del 2020) – Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH), una de las compañías de cruceros líder a nivel mundial que opera las marcas Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises y Regent Seven Seas Cruises, anunció hoy la extensión de su recién anunciada suspensión temporal voluntaria de todos sus viajes, lo cual ahora también incluye cruceros con fechas de salidas a partir del 12 de abril hasta el 10 de mayo del 2020 para sus tres marcas de cruceros. Esta decisión contribuye a los esfuerzos mundiales para contener la propagación del coronavirus (COVID-19), que ha tenido como consecuencia las restricciones de viajes y una latente incertidumbre sobre la disponibilidad y el cierre de puertos alrededor del mundo.

“En vista de que COVID-19 sigue teniendo un impacto global, hemos decidido extender nuestra suspensión temporal de los cruceros de todas nuestras marcas hasta el 10 de mayo del 2020”, explicó Frank Del Rio, Presidente y CEO de Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. “Entendemos el inconveniente que esta interrupción puede causar a nuestros fieles huéspedes, agentes de viajes y nuestros valiosos empleados, pero estamos comprometidos, en primer lugar, a proteger la seguridad y el bienestar de nuestros huéspedes, la tripulación y todas las comunidades que visitamos. Apreciamos tu compresión mientras navegamos durante estos tiempos sin precedentes y somos parte de los esfuerzos globales para contener esta pandemia “.

Los huéspedes que tengan viajes reservados con fecha de embarque entre el 13 de marzo y el 10 de mayo del 2020 en Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises o Regent Seven Seas Cruises deben comunicarse con su agencia de viajes o directamente con la compañía de cruceros para obtener más información sobre cancelaciones y modificaciones de la reserva.


Acerca de Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH) es una compañía de cruceros líder a nivel mundial que opera las marcas Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises y Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Con una flota compuesta por 28 barcos con una capacidad para aproximadamente 59,150 camas, estas marcas ofrecen itinerarios a más de 490 destinos en todo el mundo. La compañía incorporará nueve barcos adicionales con fechas de entrega de aquí al año 2027.

Contacto para medios: InvestorRelations@nclcorp.com


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