Nisomar announces 2019 partnership with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings in Chile
Nisomar, the data-driven maritime services company with virtual port agency at its core, has announced its launch services partnership agreement for the 2018-19 cruise season in Chile with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, parent company of Norwegian Cruise Line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises and Oceania Cruises.
The new agreement follows Nisomar’s successful 2017/18 season for Norweigian Cruise Line Holdings and under its latest partnership Nisomar will provide its launch services to its three separate brands across seven chilean ports including berthing assistance, pilot embarkation/disembarkation, local port authority liaison and service launches for each visit.
Ports under the agreement will include Arica, Iquique, Coquimbo, San Antonio, Puerto Montt, Puerto Chacabuco and Punta Arenas.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings operates cruise itineraries worldwide including South America, Panama Canal, The Caribbean, Europe, Canada and New England, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. The company’s contemporary brand, Norwegian Cruise Line, has been awarded World’s Leading Large Ship Cruise Line for the seventh consecutive year as well as World’s Leading Cruise Line for the third consecutive year by the World Travel Awards.
Launched nearly two years ago, Nisomar works as an international strategic maritime partner to offer analytics from big data to support business decisions, transformational management consultancy and port call services and is led by CEO, Captain Claus Hyldager. In South America, Nisomar’s N-Bridge operations cover Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela to provide a single point of contact, information processes and indepth performance reporting.
Comments Jaime Otero, Regional Managing Director, Nisomar South America: “We’re very pleased to renew our launch services agreement with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings for the second year running which is an endorsement of the quality of our service. We will work extremely hard with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings to achieve another very successful cruise season.”