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NCLH EVP Robin Lindsay plans transition to heading newbuilds/refurb

Article-NCLH EVP Robin Lindsay plans transition to heading newbuilds/refurb

Robin Lindsay holds responsibility for 28 ships, with nine more scheduled for delivery by 2027
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings' Robin Lindsay, EVP vessel operations, is going to become EVP newbuilds and refurbishment when a successor to his current role is hired.

Lindsay holds responsibility for Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises' marine and technical operations, hotel operations, entertainment, product development, port and destination services, fleet personnel, out island and newbuild/refurbishment.

This comprises 28 ships with nearly 60,000 berths, operating itineraries to more than 490 destinations worldwide in normal times.

Nine newbuilds in the pipeline

NCLH has nine additional ships, approximately 24,000 berths, scheduled for delivery through 2027.

Healthy Sail Panel member

Lindsay has been a member of the Healthy Sail Panel whose work was so instrumental in the safe resumption of cruising from the US during the pandemic.

He was appointed EVP vessel operations for the company in 2015. Previously Lindsay had been EVP vessel operations for Prestige Cruise Holdings (Oceania and Regent). His history with the company goes back to the inception of Oceania Cruises in 2003, when he joined as SVP hotel operations and vessel operations.

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