Norwegian Cruise Line Unveils Partnership with Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation

   August 3, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line announced it is partnering with GHOF (Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation) and NSU (Nova Southeastern University’s) Guy Harvey Research Institute to host the 3rd annual ocean conservation-themed cruise onboard Norwegian Escape this fall.

Departing on September 15, 2019, from NYC New York, guests who sail on the journey will experience a week full of opportunities to meet renowned marine artist, conservationist, scientist, and hull artist of Escape, Guy Harvey, as he hosts curated events about ocean conservation at each port of call and onboard.

Guests will be able to learn about the efforts of GHOF to conserve the ocean environment as well as hear from NSU marine life experts and scientists about the importance of continued support for safer and cleaner waters through sustainability and conservation efforts. They will learn about how Harvey went from marine biologist to one of the foremost marine wildlife artists in the world, during live painting sessions. Guy Harvey and a team of experts will lead interactive presentations at local schools at each port of call, educating kids on ocean conservation topics, with the goal of inspiring awareness for the future of oceans.

Norwegian Escape cruise ship

The conservation cruise is among the initiatives associated with Norwegian’s Sail & Sustain program, that is the commitment of the company to protecting the environment and preserving the oceans.

For the first time in 3 years, the conservation voyage will sail to Canada and New England out of NYC to Portland, Bar Harbor, Saint John and Halifax.