Norwegian Partners With GHOF to Host 2nd Annual Conservation Cruise

   August 5, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is partnering with Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) Guy Harvey Research Institute and Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation (GHOF) to host the 2nd annual ocean conservation-themed voyage onboard Norwegian Escape in fall 2018.

Departing on October 21 out of New York, passengers who sail on the unforgettable trip will experience a week full of chances to meet world-famous marine artist Guy Harvey, as he hosts special events about ocean conservation.

Norwegian Escape cruise ship

Guests can learn about the efforts of GHOF to conserve ocean environment and hear from NSU marine life experts and scientists about the importance of continued support for safer and cleaner waters via sustainability and conservation efforts. They can also learn about how Harvey went from marine biologist to one of the foremost marine wildlife artists in the world during live painting sessions.

Featuring Harvey’s impressive marine life artwork on her hull, the Norwegian Escape ship is the first Breakaway-Plus class ship, as well as the largest in the fleet, by passenger capacity.

The conservation voyage features calls at Port Canaveral, Great Stirrup Cay, and Nassau.

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