Free perks, US$50 deposits with NCL’s latest Free at Sea deal

Free perks, US$50 deposits with NCL’s latest Free at Sea deal

MIAMI — Until March 5 clients who book a Studio or Inside Stateroom can choose one free offer, or choose two when booking an Oceanview, Balcony or Mini-Suite. Passengers who book a suite or The Haven receive all five offers, up to US$2,800 in value.

Guests who book by Feb. 13 can also take advantage of up to $500 in onboard credit on select Europe sailings, as well as $50 deposits, in celebration of Norwegian’s 50th anniversary.

With Norwegian’s Free at Sea, guests who book a new three-day or longer sailing in an oceanview, balcony or mini-suite category stateroom can select their preference of two free choices from five incredible onboard amenity offers, including free unlimited open bar, free Specialty Dining package, $50 towards shore excursions in each port per stateroom, a free 250 minute WiFi package, or Norwegian’s Kids Sail Free offer that allows third and fourth guests, whether they are kids or kids at heart, to sail for free on almost 350 cruise departure dates.

Inside staterooms, as well as Norwegian’s Studio staterooms for solo travellers, can choose one free offer. Guests seeking ultimate luxury at sea are invited to book a sailing in a suite or The Haven by Norwegian and enjoy all five free amenities, providing up to $2,800 in added value to their cruise.

Clients who book a new seven-day inter-island Hawaii cruise now through March 5 aboard Pride of America in any stateroom category have the freedom to select one of five offers to enrich their cruising experience, including a free one-night pre-cruise hotel stay with an option to select reduced airfare starting at $399 from select gateways, a free Specialty Dining Package, free pre-paid service charges for the first and second guest in the stateroom, free $50 per port shore excursion credit per stateroom, or Norwegian’s Kids Sail Free. Guests who book a suite aboard Pride of America will receive all five offers. Some restrictions apply.

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