NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE ANNOUNCES STARBUCKS “BEEN THERE” MUGS ABOARD ITS SHIPS COMING AUGUST 2023 WITH THE DEBUT OF NORWEGIAN VIVA
Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) revealed its new series of StarbucksⓇ “Been There” mugs, set to debut and be exclusively available aboard nine NCL ships, beginning with the launch of the groundbreaking Norwegian Viva in August 2023.
The collectible limited-edition mugs will be exclusively sold at the Starbucks Cafes aboard Norwegian Bliss, Norwegian Encore, Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Gem, Norwegian Getaway, Norwegian Joy, Norwegian Sky, Norwegian Prima, and the soon-to-debut Norwegian Viva, the second ship of NCL’s elevated Prima Class.
Each mug’s design showcases unique elements of the respective NCL ship, including Norwegian Bliss’ magnificent whale tail hull art designed by famed ocean conservationist Wyland, the exhilarating dueling slides aboard Norwegian Prima, and the towering zipline at Great Stirrup Cay, NCL’s private island in the Bahamas. With this one-of-a-kind memento, guests are able to capture the essence of their time on board by bringing a piece of their experience back home.
Norwegian Cruise Line was the first in the industry to offer the Starbucks experience across all ships. Through the extended partnership, licensed stores and “We Proudly Serve” cafes are available across all 18 of the Company’s ships. Starbucks handcrafted espresso beverages are also available at all cafes, main dining room and specialty restaurants, with select ships offering self-pour coffee stations.
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