Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has shaken up its management team in a bid to drive both growth and profits.
Bob Binder has been appointed president and chief executive of Oceania Cruise in addition to already being vice chairman of Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Meanwhile, Norwegian Cruise Lines president Andy Stuart and Regent Seven Seas Cruises president Jason Montague are each being given the title chief executive alongside their current roles.
Once they are in their new roles, they will oversee sales, marketing, passenger services and revenue management for each of their respective brands.
They will continue to drive the development of itineraries and the onboard product to ensure each line prospers.
All three will continue to report directly to the Norwegian’s president and chief executive officer, Frank Del Rio.
Del Rio said: “One of Norwegian’s main strengths is the strong and deep bench of talent across our executive team.
“The focus and dedication that these leadership changes bring to each of our brands will further align our organisational structure with the unique needs of each brand and will enhance the overall performance of our company by creating even more exceptional vacation experiences across our fleets, strengthening our relationships with our travel partners and optimising results to position the company for future growth.”