香港，2019年1月10日 － 挪威郵輪控股有限公司（NCLH）旗下超高級郵輪品牌大洋郵輪，今天正式宣佈向意大利著名船廠Fincantieri S.p.A訂購兩艘新船，分別定於2022年及2025年交付。
挪威郵輪控股有限公司（NCLH）總裁兼行政總裁Frank Del Rio指出：「我們很期待迎接兩艘Allura級別新郵輪，藉此擴張大洋郵輪的船隊規模，回應全球市場對於以餐飲享受和目的地為焦點的高端郵輪假期之熾熱需求。大洋郵輪的賓客體驗一向無出其右，現將藉著新船得到進一步提升，同時吸引和鞏固新舊客源，從而為股東帶來更高回報。」
大洋郵輪以滋味餐饗和獨特航線譽滿全球，致力為賓客締造無與倫比的夢想假期。旗下六艘郵輪可載客684人至1,250人，裝潢融合名師設計風格，洋溢奢華私密的氛圍。大洋郵輪的航程經過精心設計，超過450個停靠港遍佈歐洲、阿拉斯加、亞洲、非洲、澳洲、新西蘭、美國紐英倫、加拿大、百慕達、加勒比海、巴拿馬運河、大溪地和南太平洋，並會推出長達180日的環遊世界之旅。更多詳情請登上http://www.oceaniacruises.com、聯絡各大旅行代理或致電香港及亞洲辦事處 +852 2165 6010。
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