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Norwegian Cruise Line introduces all-inclusive packages

Norwegian Cruise Line introduces all-inclusive packages

Norwegian Cruise Line UK is launching a new “Norwegians Get It All and a Whole Lot More” promotion, an All-Inclusive Package for guests sailing in 2015 and booking between 17 September and 30 October 2014. Including speciality drinks, speciality dining, service charges, internet, treats and more, this new package will offer guests an even more enhanced level of Freestyle Cruising® than ever before, adding a value of more than $2000 per stateroom on a 7-night cruise. Additionally, guests booking a cruise in conjunction with the All-Inclusive Package will benefit from 5% saving on their cruise fare^.

Travel agents will also benefit from the offer with the chance to earn extra commission by booking both the cruise and All-Inclusive elements of the package, both of which attract a commission rate of 10%.

The package will be available on cruises of three to 14 nights* taking guests to exciting destinations including the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Bermuda, Alaska, Canada & New England, the Panama Canal and South America between 4 January and 27 December 2015. The package is also bookable with Norwegian’s award-winning European programme which includes Eastern and Western Mediterranean, Baltic and Northern Europe and Canary Island itineraries.

Ranging from £215 per person for a three-night cruise up to £735 per person for a 14-night cruise, Norwegian’s All-Inclusive package takes All-Inclusive cruising to the next level and includes:

·      5% OFF the cruise fare


·      Ultimate Beverage Package – a wide choice of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks at bars and restaurants all over the ship

·      Ultimate Dining Package – in addition to the great choice of main dining rooms and lavish buffets which come as part of the normal cruise price, guests can experience complimentary authentic global cuisine in Norwegian’s speciality restaurants every night of the cruise

·      Welcome on board bottle of wine and chocolate-covered strawberries

·      12 bottles of water for 9- to 14-night cruises and 6 bottles of water for 3- to 8-night cruises

·      250-minute internet package

·      20 photos of any size taken by Norwegian’s on-board photographers

·      Three games of bingo

·      Service charges and gratuities associated with the package.

Sailings are available on 13 of Norwegian’s modern fleet including the recently launched Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway, as well as Norwegian Escape which is set to launch in October 2015.

Guests can also cruise on board Norwegian’s popular ship, Norwegian Epic, when she arrives in Europe for her year-round deployment in April 2015. The seven-night Western Mediterranean cruise and All-Inclusive package is priced from just £898 per person and £1248 per person including flights - based on two adults sharing an Inside Stateroom, departing on 22 November 2015 and includes an All-Inclusive add-on package of £420 per person. With 24 dining options and 20 bars and lounges to enjoy, the package will allow guests a taste of the highlights of the Western Mediterranean as Norwegian Epic travels: Fly UK / Barcelona (Spain) – Naples (Pompeii, Italy) – Civitavecchia (Rome, Italy) – Livorno (Florence/Pisa, Italy) – Cannes (France) – Palma (Majorca, Spain) – Barcelona (Spain) / Fly UK.

Francis Riley, Vice President and General Manager International, Norwegian Cruise Line, said: “We are extremely excited to have launched this incredible All-Inclusive package for our guests sailing with us throughout 2015. Our package really does put the ‘All’ in ‘all-inclusive’, allowing our guests to benefit from the value for money that it provides. With a huge array of sailings and ships available, our guests can leave their wallet at home and take their Freestyle Cruising experience to the maximum.”

“We’re also delighted to be able to offer our loyal travel partners the chance to increase their earnings with the additional commission earning opportunity that comes with the campaign.”