Norwegian Cruise Line CEO rings Nasdaq opening bell

By Tom Stieghorst

The Nasdaq exchange was visited Monday by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings CEO Kevin Sheehan, who rang the bell signaling the opening of trading for the day.

The new Norwegian Getaway arrived in Manhattan over the weekend and will be there for several marketing events, including conversion into the Bud Light hotel for the Super Bowl, before departing for Miami, from where it will cruise year-round.

Norwegian was listed on Nasdaq about this time last year after going public in a long-anticipated public offering.

Shares have advanced from an initial price of $19 to just shy of $35 today.

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