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Jason

Watch the Pride of America's Christening

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Early this afternoon, the official Christening ceremony of NCL's newest ship, the Pride of America, was held in New York. NCL has uploaded the streaming video of the entire ceremony to their website. It's very interesting to see the ceremony....I watched most of it. Here's the link:

http://www.visualwebcaster.com/event.asp?id=29212

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Quick Facts

The Pride of America is the first brand-new U.S.-flagged cruise ship in nearly 50 years. Pride of America has been designed to reflect America's favorite places on board, you will enjoy the spirited entertainment options, the Americana décor and the regional fare. And perhaps best of all, this fabulous new ship will offer all the freedom and choice of Freestyle Cruising.

America's top destinations are now in Hawai'i aboard Pride of America.

From bow to stern, every inch of décor is dedicated to the places America loves. First U.S. flagged cruise ship in nearly half a century and the biggest ever built. Warm and friendly 100% – American crew.

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Cool Beans I kinda figured they would post a link to that show today!! wasnt that something!

Thanks for the heads up Jason

always

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Thanks for the link, Jason.

I wish I was actually there and going on the cruise.

That's the least they could do for the guests after NCL made them work so hard with those maracas. :grin:

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Thanks for the posting!

I might sneak a peek at the ship when she's in Boston this week. I doubt I'll be able to get close, though.

If only I could get on board... that main staircase is gorgeous!

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