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Norwegian Cruise Line Is Gifting 15 Amazing Teachers With Free Cruises

By Parker Diakite

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Norwegian Cruise Line is giving 15 teachers in the United States and Canada the chance to enjoy a seven-day vacation on one of their newest cruise ships, free of charge.

Ahead of Teacher Appreciation Week, which runs from May 6 through May 10 this year, Norwegian Cruise Line is pushing a campaign that acknowledges and celebrates the intersection of travel and education by honoring deserving teachers that are doing the most to bring joy to their students, according to a report from Cruise Line. 

The Norwegian Joy’s highlights include its famous racetrack on the top of the ship, its entertainment and luxurious accommodations.

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And just when you thought a free vacation before spring break was enough, teachers will also have the chance to win $15,000 for their school. 

Here’s how it works:


According to the company’s website, educators have to be nominated and must demonstrate a passion for spreading the joy of learning. You have to tell Norwegian Cruise Lines how the candidate is bringing joy to the classroom before casting a vote.

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The top 15 nominees will receive a free cruise for two, an exclusive invitation to an award ceremony on May 3 in Seattle, including airfare and accommodations, and the chance to win the grand prize of $15,000 for their school.

Norwegian Cruise Line’s Giving Joy campaign runs from March 12 until April 12.

Teachers can nominate themselves, and there is no limit to the number of individuals that a nominator can nominate. Keep in mind that the same person cannot submit nominations for the same individual.

To nominate a teacher, to vote and for a complete list of terms and conditions, visit nclgivingjoy.com.

Winners will be notified by April 17.

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