Premier meets with cruise line executives
Senior officials from Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) were welcomed by Michael Dunkley on a special courtesy visit to the Cabinet Office today.
NCL executive vice-president of vessel operations Robin Lindsay and senior vice-president Luigi Lazeto, along with other key NCL personnel, are here conducting operational and logistical meetings in anticipation of providing a specialised intra-port tender service for NCL’s cruise ship passengers, beginning in a few weeks.
The Premier said he “appreciated the strong relationship Bermuda has enjoyed over many years with NCL”.
He also noted the importance of having cruise ship visits to Bermuda’s three ports as cruise activity “enhances value throughout the island”.
Mr Lindsay said that NCL passengers enjoyed Bermuda as a “beautiful and clean resort”, adding that becoming the host venue for the America’s Cup was an impressive feat for the island, and has drawn a great deal of attention to Bermuda.
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