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Norwegian Cruise Line Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 7665 NW 19th St, Miami, FL 33126, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 866-234-7350
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 40,000
  • Established: 1966
  • Founder: Knut Kloster, Ted Arison
  • Key People: Frank del Rio (CEO)

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Norwegian Cruise Line Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Frank J. Del Rio

President, CEO & Director

Mark A. Kempa

Interim CFO & Senior VP of Finance

Jason M. Montague

President & CEO of Regent brand

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  • curtis and carolyn hicks says:

    Please give me a name of a person in the Corporate Office that will help me with an answer to our complaint regarding the cruise aboard the EPIC. 7 day cruise from 2/9-2/16/2019. A FAILED CRUISE , DISASTER. We filed all necessary forms to get money back, however your guest relations dept. says NO. This is CASE NUMBER 02433567 AND HAS BEEN GOUNG ON SINCE 2/19/19. I am fixing to take my story National. I can be reached at 919-669-3107, email-waynehicks25277@aol.com. A prompt answer would be appreciated.

     
  • lofty says:

    looking where to get a last minute cruise for a couple 80 years old for april out of mobile or new orleans lofty loftyjohnson7737@gmail.com

     
  • Joanne says:

    We are confused you advertise FREE, like your beverage package
    Than you charge $257.00 per person, so how can you advertise it as FREE. Than you tell us it’s for gratuities. I fell this is wrong, false advertising. When we get good service we are able to tip our server
    Ourselves.
    Joanne

     
  • Ella says:

    Unfortunately, I did not book my May 5 to Bermuda through an outside travel agent. Your direct line agents vs agent my friends on same trip as mine got better service and perks. I thought dealing with you directly would be the better deal. Unfortunately, I did not and I would not recommend your agency in the future.
    718-945-7174

     
  • Angela M. Lenihan says:

    Dear Mr. Del Rio, Mr. Kemp and Mr. Montague,
    Last year I had the most fun I had in the longest time on a cruise from NY to The Eastern Caribbean on the Getaway. My mother and I went to celebrate my 50th birthday. I asked to go because I’m a very ill woman and getting worse every time I seem to get bloodwork done. I have Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. It originally was just affecting my musculoskeletal system and skin. In 2016, I found out I was in Chronic Kidney Disease. This past year, my kidneys are getting closer to Stage 4 and now I have central nervous system involvement. I get depressed, anxious and have neuropathy in my arms and legs. I was told since I was adopted, it would be difficult to find a kidney and if I did my blood disorder, Lupus Anti-Coagulant would make transplant very risky. I was given about three live. I turn 52 on February 25. I am on disability and do not make a lot of money a month but have dreamed of seeing as much of the world as possible. I’ve had a special interest in seeing all the natural and man made wonders of this magnificent planet. I’ve seen many before my illness. one I’ve dreamed of since I was about since I was 12 was the Panama Canal. It fascinates me. The engineering of it and the beauty of crossing from one ocean to the other.
    At my age The Make A Wish Foundation doesn’t cover my dream wish. You three, on the other hand, offer an 18 day cruise from NY crossing this man made wonder to LA. I’m not looking for a suite nor any special excursions; however, I would love if you could help me out with fulfilling this dream in some way. I would love if my parents and my sister and her family could join me but I’m happy with just my mother to make sure I’m ok. The only other thing two things would be an unblocked picture frame window and a necessity would be a refrigerator filled with soft drinks, juices and water.
    I’m sure my mother would cover taxes and gratuities. I just cant afford a trip that would turn my dreams comes true.
    I am willing to send you any medical documentation on my condition. I do not expect a yes immediately; I do hope you will consider this. I will tell you this, when I was on your last cruise, while people were still boarding, I helped an elderly women who slipped on the stairs. She was in an unusual position, I tried to keep her body still and take her pulse until medics arrived and removed her from the ship on a backboard with a neck collar. I was a former NYS EMT-D 247309 and studied nursing until this life threatening disease took hold of my body. I never asked for any upgrade in room or any other type upgrade. There was a person at head. I’m not sure what became of her trip. I did my duty as former officer of city and state. I would also respond to any medical emergency like that again.
    I can be reached at the email below and my home phone 718-896-0264. Please understand I’m not a free loader, I’m trying to make a dream come true. take your time. I would appreciate a response you request.
    Thank You For Your Time,
    Angela Maria Lenihan

     
  • David Mitchell says:

    Hi. my name is David Mitchell I was an employee of NCL from 1994 through 1999,before that I worked for Tyber Trading as a Slot Technician, 1990-1994 that was the name of the Casino Concession on NCL at the time 1990-1994. I was the Casino Slot Manager for 4 of the 5 years with NCL I have great customer service skills and enjoy talking to people and answering there questions. I am now 65 years old but I am mistaken for a 50 year old all of the time. I miss the cruise line so much and I was hoping you may be able to find me a position on board or off.. Casino, Customer Service, etc. I am a Green card holder.

     
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