Wärtsilä and US-based cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) have signed a renewal of their existing performance-based service agreement, under which Wärtsilä’s range of digital monitoring services will be deployed to ensure that the engines on board 10 NCLH cruise ships run at optimum performance levels.

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Global Eagle Entertainment has signed a multi-year strategic partnership agreement with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) to provide internet and entertainment services across its Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) brand’s fleet of 14 ships.

Cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Line has signed up with e-procurement platform ShipServ to implement the company’s technology to support its 24 vessels under three brands – Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

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EMC reports that it has entered a long-term strategic agreement with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings to provide satellite internet and entertainment services to the passenger vessel operator, mixed with additional shore-based connectivity services.

Norwegian Escape, the newest and largest of Norwegian Cruise Line’s 14-vessel fleet, experienced a record-breaking social media milestone during its inaugural celebrations from October 22-November 11, 2015, the company reports.

Silverstream Technologies has announced the first commercial installation of the company’s air-lubrication system, to be deployed on the Norwegian Cruise Line vessel Norwegian Bliss.

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MTN Communications (MTN) reports that it has doubled the number of cruise ships connected to its Terrestrial Broadband Network (TBN) compared with last year, and has tripled the number of regions where service coverage is available.

Wednesday, 12 February 2014 15:02

MTN hybrid network for Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Cruise Line’s newly-christened Norwegian Getaway will set sail with a new hybrid communications network from MTN Communications (MTN) to support ship-shore connectivity for passengers and crew.

Friday, 17 January 2014 09:59

iDirect X7 on Norwegian cruise ship

MTN Communications reports that Norwegian Cruise Line is pioneering use of the iDirect X7 high-performance satellite modem on one of its ships, the Breakaway.

Resolve Maritime Academy has announced that it has been selected by Norwegian Cruise Line to be its preferred provider of all simulator-based training courses, along with additional safety courses, which are set to begin in February at its facility in Fort Lauderdale (Florida). 

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