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CASE STUDY


NICK WILKINSON vice-president and managing director, UK, Ireland, Middle East, Africa With a serious case of wanderlust, Nick’s interest in travel started at a young age. Earning his stripes as a holiday rep in Greece, Nick gained first-hand experience in promoting local cultures and building interpersonal skills. Now, having been at Norwegian Cruise Line for 15 years, his passion has not dwindled. Working his way up from head of sales, Nick has played a key role in Norwegian’s growth across the northern Europe and MEA regions and has an integral role in the continued growth of the company, especially business development with the travel trade. In his various roles at Norwegian, Nick has experienced the entrepreneurial culture of the company, attracting the best talent and being encouraged to develop new skills and push boundaries.


contemporary ships at sea. Norwegian Cruise Line has also introduced Premium All Inclusive in the UK. This offers guests unparalleled flexibility at sea by bringing more elements into the upfront fare, including a selection of premium alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, service charges and gratuities. Recently, the line was named Europe’s Leading


Cruise Line for the ninth consecutive year, as well as Caribbean’s Leading Cruise Line for the third time and World’s Leading Large Ship Cruise Line for the fourth straight year by the World Travel Awards as well as World’s Leading Cruise Line for the first time. The company took delivery of its most innovative ship to date, the 4,200-passenger


Norwegian Escape, in 2015 and has three further 4,200-passenger vessels on order from the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany for delivery in 2017, 2018 and 2019. In addition, Norwegian has commissioned the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy to build four next-generation ships, for delivery in 2022, 2023, 2024 and 2025, and has an option for two more.


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