Norwegian Cruise Lines is making waves...again! The industry innovator announced an agreement to acquire privately held Prestige Cruises, the parent company of ultra-premium Oceania Cruises and luxury brand Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
The $3 billion deal combines one of the world's most popular cruise lines with two upscale cruising leaders. While Norwegian operates 13 large ships that carry as many as 5,000 passengers, the mid-sized ships of Oceania and Regent carry 490 to 1,250 passengers and offer a more luxurious, intimate, and all-inclusive experience. The merged company will have a total of three cruise lines, 21 ships, and 40,092 berths.
What are your top-tier incentive qualifiers and well-traveled meeting attendees craving these days? What will really set your program apart? And how do you make an impact that will last long after your event?
Include unique shared experiences that they can’t duplicate on their own.
Imagine you and your group...Enjoying an after-hours tour of the magnificent Celsus Library of Ephesus. The evening includes a five-course, white-glove-service dinner in the courtyard of the Library serenaded by a trio from the Aegean Chamber Orchestra.
Landry & Kling’s latest ship charter project is Asia’s largest music festival at sea!
Livescape Asia teamed up with Landry & Kling to charter Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas for 3,800 avid music fans who will experience a world-class music festival during IT'S THE SHIP 2014, sailing November 21-25. Voyager of the Seas will host 30 international and regional headlining acts as the ship cruises from Singapore to the tropical island of Langkawi for the "ultimate beach party of epic proportions".
Watch the teaser video!
Once again, The Native American Heritage Association (NAHA) and the theme cruise specialists at Landry & Kling are collaborating to produce a gigantic classic rock cruise - and Rock Legends Cruise III is shaping up to be the biggest one yet with 50 Concerts During a 4-Day Cruise.
Rock Legends Cruise III, benefitting NAHA, will take place on Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas, sailing out of Ft. Lauderdale to the Bahamas February 19, 2015.
Imagine....thousands of diehard classic rock fans will be onboard their own chartered cruise ship, and have the chance to hear and meet their favorite artists in a self-contained resort venue!
Anticipation rose, and excitement was palpable as the Landry & Kling staff gathered in the office reception area for instructions. We were split into teams, and then it was time for our annual holiday scavenger hunt leading us to our luncheon celebration. We had no idea where in the world we would end up!
After our various teams raced to solve puzzles and find clues, we finally reached our secret destination: Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, where our Princess Cruises’ sales rep, Elena Rodriguez, was waiting to whisk us through security and on board the beautiful Ruby Princess.