Dahnke was appointed pursuant to an investor rights agreement between NCLH and LC9 Skipper, an affiliate of L Catterton which acquired $400m in NCLH exchangeable notes due 2026 on May 28.
Potentially NCLH’s top investor
As earlier reported, should LC9 Skipper convert all its notes into shares, it would become NCLH’s top investor.
Dahnke qualifes as an independent director and joins the Technology, Environmental, Safety and Security Committee of the board. The TESS Committee is chaired by Mary Landry and other members are Stella David and Pamela Thomas-Graham.