Prestige Cruises, now part of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, is the parent of Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
According to a filing, beginning with the 2014 calendar year, Del Rio is eligible for an annual bonus with a target amount equal to 100% of his base salary.
He also is eligible to participate in Norwegian’s medical executive reimbursement plan, will get a $2,000 monthly car allowance, 40 days of vacation per year and certain annual fringe and tax preparation benefits valued at approximately $80,000 per year.
Del Rio, 60, co-founded Oceania Cruises in October 2002 and since then has served as its ceo and chairman, subsequently filling the same duties after Prestige was created following Oceania and Apollo Management's joint acquisition of Regent Seven Seas.
In September, when Norwegian announced plans for the Prestige acquisition, it was stated that Del Rio would keep his role and is committed to staying at least through 2015. Norwegian Cruise Holdings president and ceo Kevin Sheehan has repeatedly stated he hopes Del Rio's involvement will continue beyond that.