Nisomar Partners with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings for Chile Launch Services
Nisomar, the data-driven maritime services company, with port agency at its core, has confirmed a new launch services partnership agreement with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, parent company of Norwegian Cruise Line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises and Oceania Cruises for the 2017/18 cruise season in Chile.
Following the new agreement, Nisomar South America will provide launch services to the company’s three brands across ten Chilean ports including pilot embarkation/disembarkation, berthing assistance, liaison with local port authorities and service launches for each visit. The ports will include Arica, Iquique, Coquimbo, San Antonio, Puerto Montt, Puerto Chacabuco, Punta Arenas and Posesion Bay.
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, was recently awarded leading Cruise Line in the World Travel Awards for both North America and Europe.
Launched in Spring 2017, Nisomar offer analytics derived from big data that support business decisions, transformational management consultancy and port call services covering all international regions and is headed up by CEO, Captain Claus Hyldager.
Jaime Otero, Regional Managing Director, Nisomar South America, said at the agreement signing: “As a new business we are extremely pleased to sign our first launch services agreement with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings - which has such an excellent reputation worldwide and look forward to an extremely successful season.”
Based upon the power of data, Nisomar offers a full suite of maritime services. This includes big data analytics that support business decisions, transformational management consultancy, and ‘white glove’ services to help manage even the most complex port calls. www.nisomar.com
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