With cruise lines looking for clever onboard features and offerings, it is no surprise that NCL has come up with a few adventurous activities. We all found it revolutionary when Disney came out with the Aqua Duck water ride. RCCL introduced the Flowrider and I-fly for those who want to try out sky diving and surfing. Oceania and Regent feature full hands-on cooking schools. Celebrity’s new Edge will have the first multi-purpose Magic Carpet, an elevated bar and restaurant platform hanging over the side of the ship, providing an entirely new solution to the current tender-onboarding experience. And now the Bliss! Check out the top deck race track and laser tag experiences.
For incentive customers who are NOT cruise fans - the ones who tell me that cruises are limiting, confining and lack creative options – I say PHOOEY! The cruise industry is far more progressive than any hotel. So much can be experienced without stepping ashore – making exceptional use of sea days. From expansive spas, to full Broadway shows to entertainment reaching every demographic, to active and relaxing activities – both for groups and individuals – I can confidently claim that the cruise ships have it all.
Congrats to NCL and the rest of the cruise industry for keeping us thinking, moving and fully experiencing adventures at sea. There is truly a ship and a destination for every incentive. The hardest part is selecting the right product! We are here to help make you look like a rock star!
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