Cruises in Asia surface at ITB Asia

September 26, 2017 by  
Filed under cruises, News, Singapore

SINGAPORE, 26 September 2017: Norwegian Cruise Lines is strengthening its cruises promotions in Asia following the recent launch of its first purpose-built ship designed especially for Asian travellers.

The company will be represented on a high profile panel during ITB Asia that will discuss and highlight the expansion of the cruise market in Asia,

Norwegian Joy was the company’s first ship to be custom rigged to serve the Asian market.

In addition,  Norwegian Jewel, will launch inaugural Australasian itineraries to bring Asian cruise enthusiasts to some of the region’s most famous ports beginning this November.

At ITB Asia 25 to 27 October  the cruise line’s vice president of sales Asia, Felix Chan, will join the event as one of the experts covering the topic the “Rise of Cruise in Asia Pacific.”

He will be joined by Ken Muscat – CEO of SkySea Cruise Line, Farriek Tawfik – Princess Cruises’ director of Southeast Asia, and Buhdy Bok- president of Carnival Asia.

Norwegian Cruise Line has recently unveiled its 16th ship,  Norwegian Bliss, which has been described as the ultimate cruising experience due to sporting the largest race track on a ship deck, will be sailing to Alaska and the Caribbean with select voyages to the Mexican Riviera starting in June 2018.

The ITB Asia panel discussion will take place 27 October at 1030 to 1130 at ITB Asia’s MICE and Corporate Hub, Basement 2, Sands and Expo Convention Centre, Singapore.


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