NCL Introduces New Web Site

In conjunction with the launch of NCL Corporation's new brand identity, which aggressively promotes its Freestyle Cruising, the company unveiled phase one of its new web site Monday, offering interactive and user-friendly consumer and travel agent components. The site, [www.ncl.com], features an interactive Freestyle Cruising section depicting the difference and benefits of Freestyle Cruising. Agents will find a collection of features designed to help them easily plan the nest itinerary for clients. The "New Agency" section allows agents to register immediately for access to NCL booking and information on hot deals and reduced rate sailings.

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