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Norwegian Cruise Line opens auction and sale of NFT artwork

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

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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