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NCL previews ‘Greatest Deal Ever’; opens for sale the most itineraries in its history

MIAMI — NCL has opened for sale the most itineraries in its history, plus the cruise line is gearing up to launch some unprecedented promotional offers.

NCL’s Greatest Deal Ever sale starts Nov. 16 with 70% discounts off second guest fares, plus seven free offers valued up to US$4,250.

The savings come in advance of the Black Friday / Cyber Monday holiday deals season.

NCL has also opened for sale itineraries through summer 2024, the most itineraries in its history, with new ports of call including La Romana, D.R.; Sendai (Ishinomaki), Japan; and Dutch Harbor, Alaska.

As NCL’s President and CEO Harry Sommer notes, whether cruisers are looking to experience the successful Breakaway Plus Class ships with Norwegian Encore, Bliss, Joy and Escape, or NCL’s newest vessel, Norwegian Prima sailing July 2022, travellers can take advantage of Norwegian’s Greatest Deal Ever sale starting Nov. 16, 2021. Along with the 70% discount off the second guest fare, the seven free offers include free open bar, free specialty dining, free shore excursions credits, free WiFi, discounted rates for friends and family, free roundtrip airfare for the second guest, and a $250 CruiseFirst certificate to use towards a future cruise.

The Greatest Deal Ever sale is available on all departures, all itineraries and all published voyage dates from 2021 through the recently released itineraries through summer 2024.

“We are proud to be able to provide our guests with an even greater selection of sailings and the best value at sea to help them plan an unforgettable cruise vacation,” says Sommer. “So many travellers have been looking to make up for lost time and now we’re providing them with unique itineraries to check off those bucket-list destinations they may have longed for over the last year and a half. These port-rich itineraries allow our guests more time to explore unique destinations like a local and indulge in the cultural experiences around them.”

The assortment of newly opened itineraries features 35 departure ports across the globe, including two new-to-brand homeport destinations – Haifa, Israel and La Romana, D.R. Norwegian Epic will debut in Haifa, Israel’s largest international seaport, in November 2022. The vessel will once again offer 11-and-12-day Mediterranean open-jaw sailings to and from Haifa and Civitavecchia (Rome) starting Nov. 8, 2023 through Dec. 12, 2023, with calls at Livorno (Florence) and Naples; Kusadasi and Istanbul; Piraeus (Athens), Patmos, and Rhodes; and Limassol. The itinerary will also feature 17-hours of port time in Ashdod, Israel giving guests sufficient time to tour Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

Meanwhile Norwegian Sky will be the first to sail a series of seven-day roundtrip Southern Caribbean cruises from La Romana, D.R. with a port-of-call each day from Jan. 8, 2024 through April 22, 2024. This makes NCL the only major cruise company sailing Southern Caribbean voyages with no sea days.

NCL will also offer a 12-day transpacific voyage on Norwegian Jewel on April 10, 2024 from Tokyo to Seward, Alaska, visiting two new ports of call including Sendai (Ishinomaki), Japan and Dutch Harbor, Alaska.

For complete details see NCL.com.