Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has placed the largest ship order in history. The company revealed on Monday, it will be building eight new ships across its three brands.

The move is to meet the growing demand for cruise, said the company.

The ships will be delivered between 2026 and 2036. Norwegian Cruise Line will launch four ships in 2030, 2032, 2034, and 2036, each with a capacity of close to 5,000 guests.

The ships will follow the line’s Prima-Plus class vessels.

Oceania Cruises will take delivery of two 1450-guest ships in 2027 and 2029. And the company’s luxury line, Regent Seven Seas will add two ships in 2026 and 2029, each accommodating 850 passengers.

“This strategic new-ship order across all three of our award-winning brands provides for the steady introduction of cutting-edge vessels into our fleet and solidifies our long-term growth,” Harry Sommer, the company’s president and CEO, said in a news release. “

“It also allows us to significantly leverage our operating scale, strengthen our commitment to innovation and enhance our ability to offer our guests new products and experiences, all while providing opportunities to enhance the efficiency of our fleet.”

Specific details about the ships will be announced in the coming months.

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