NCL Embark Alaska will premiere on demand December 9th.
Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), the innovator in global cruise travel with a 55-year history of breaking boundaries, today announced “Adventure Alaska,” the next episode of its “EMBARK with NCL” storytelling series designed to highlight the people, places and passion behind the brand. The two-part episode, which invites travelers to discover the best way to experience Alaska with NCL, will release on-demand on Dec. 9, 2021 on www.ncl.com/embark.
In this episode, viewers will follow along two members of NCL’s shoreside team, Andrea and Jayne, as they travel to the destination for the very first time to learn first-hand the experiences guests can expect when cruising Alaska with NCL. Their journey takes them from the Inside Passage, where five of the Company’s ships will offer a selection of five-to-16-day itineraries during the summer of 2022, to the interior of Alaska to understand NCL’s Cruise Tour experience, which combines ocean voyages with shoreside adventures.
“Alaska is a bucket-list destination for so many travelers,” said Harry Sommer, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line. “It provides endless opportunities for adventure, wildlife encounters and awe-inspiring moments. While it is important for us to deliver these incredible experiences to our guests, it is also important to support and enrich these communities that rely on our presence each summer for their well-being. It’s a partnership that we value tremendously and have demonstrated through sustainable developments and programs across the region.”
The episode includes visits to Skagway, Anchorage and Denali, Alaska, as well as the port cities where the brand’s parent company, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Ltd. (NCLH), has made significant investments to the local communities, including Juneau, Icy Strait Point and Ketchikan, Alaska.
As the ladies are guided through downtown Juneau and immersed in the local culture, art and flavors, a team of NCLH executives visit the area to discuss their plans to transform the last waterfront parcel to benefit the local community.