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Norwegian Cruise Line opens auction and sale of NFT artwork

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The artist Peeta with two of his NFTs. At left, a detail of the composition on Norwegian Prima's hull and, at right, a copy of the piece that will be displayed in the ship's Penrose Atrium
Norwegian Cruise Line launched its NCL NFT marketplace, allowing travelers to own a piece of the art and inspiration for Norwegian Prima and Viva.

The six-piece collection that comprises cruising's first NFTs is available at https://nft.ncl.com.

The collection was created by Manuel Di Rita, widely known as 'Peeta,' the Italian artist who designed the hull art for the two new ships.

Auction starts at $2,500

One of the art pieces is being auctioned at the starting rate of $2,500, with the remaining NFTs to be sold for prices beginning at $250. The winner of the auction will also get a balcony stateroom on one of Norwegian Prima's US inaugural voyages from Miami.

All proceeds from the NFT auction and sales will be donated to Teach For America.

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