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February 24, 2024
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Norwegian Cruise Line Wins ‘Best Cruise’ Title at India’s Best Awards 2021

Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) — the innovator in global cruise travel with a 55-year history of breaking boundaries — has been voted ‘Best Cruise‘ at India’s Best Awards (IBA) 2021 — the annual flagship awards of Travel + Leisure India & South Asia.

NCL has transformed the cruise industry with its pioneering concept of Freestyle Cruising, allowing guests the flexibility to holiday their way, with multiple dining options and no set dining times or tables; onboard activities for the young and the young-at-heart, as well as enriching onshore excursions. This honour is an acknowledgement of the company’s unparalleled dedication to delivering exceptional holidays at sea, visiting over 300 destinations around the world.

“This is a very special honour indeed, more so because it comes from the readers of Travel + Leisure – travellers who have enjoyed the NCL experience first-hand. We are delighted to be named India’s ‘Best Cruise’ for 2021, as we mark our 10th ship to return to sail in our Great Cruise Comeback. Looking ahead to 2022, we’re thrilled to be launching the all-new Norwegian Prima – the first in a class of six ships to be delivered over six years – which will truly elevate the cruise experience. No matter where in the world they choose to sail with us, our guests can be sure they’ll enjoy a best-in-class cruise experience, with the peace of mind that NCL’s comprehensive Sail Safe health and safety program provides,” said Braydon Holland, Senior Director Sales Asia, Norwegian Cruise Line.

The 10th annual IBA awards celebrate best-in-class travel and tourism experiences. Travel + Leisure’s readers, who are seasoned travellers, vote for the most exceptional travel experiences based on their personal encounters.

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