Norwegian Cruise Line Asks Guests To Help Name New Ships

Norwegian Cruise Line has asked guests to help select the name’s for the line’s two newest Breakaway Plus ships.

Beginning today through September 24, 2013, Norwegian’s Facebook fans in the United States, Canada*, Spain, Germany and the United Kingdom have the opportunity to vote for their two favorite potential ship names from a list of the line’s top 10 name prospects.  Those who vote will be entered to win a trip to the first ship’s inaugural festivities.

“We have the most passionate and engaged fans. We know that nothing makes our community more excited than the anticipation of our new ship launches and these two are our largest and most innovative ships ever,” said Kevin Sheehan, Norwegian’s chief executive officer.  “It’s so important to us to involve our community of Norwegians in this exciting process. We have listed name options that speak to the character of our brand and allude to the uniqueness of Freestyle Cruising.”

Fans of Norwegian can enter on Norwegian’s Facebook page in the appropriate region. In the US and Canada, fans should visit the Norwegians Name Their Ships tab. Once there, they will see a list of 10 possible names.  They can vote once per day for the two names that they like best.  Norwegian will pick one name for each ship based on the names that receive the top number of votes from the community.

Those who vote and complete the entry form will be entered to win a trip for two on the first Breakaway Plus ship’s inaugural festivities. There will be a winner from each region. The winners will receive a trip for two to the first ship’s invitation only inaugural festivities.  The trip includes round-trip coach airfare for two, ground transportation, balcony stateroom accommodations (double occupancy), and on-board meals.

The new Norwegian Breakaway Plus ships will launch in 2015 and 2017.

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