Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings expects to do something in coming months that it has not done in almost two years as a result of the pandemic.

The New York-listed owner of 28 cruise ships plans to have its entire fleet in service by the early part of the second quarter, after returning 16 vessels and 70% of berth capacity to the market since July.

Frank Del Rio-led Norwegian did not specify if the full fleet would sail at full or reduced capacity.