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Norwegian Cruise Line extended Wave campaign

Norwegian Cruise Line extended Wave campaign

Norwegian Cruise Line has extended its Wave campaign until 21 March 2010 giving agents an additional three weeks to offer customers free stateroom upgrades and deposits of just £50 per person on European itineraries.

Agents booking 2010 / 2011 itineraries can upgrade customers up to seven stateroom categories representing a saving of up to £250 on cruises to destinations including the Caribbean, Alaska, Europe, South America, Canada and Hawaii whilst low deposits of £50 are available on Europe, Mediterranean and Baltic sailings.     


Included in the extended promotion is a brand new 14-day Norway, Iceland, & Faroe Islands sailing which departs Dover in September on board Norwegian Sun, and seven-night alternating Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries on new ship Norwegian Epic.



Stephen Park, general manager, Norwegian Cruise Line said, “We’ve enjoyed great success with the first phase of our Wave campaign, and we want to give agents more time to secure bookings and make the most of their customers enthusiasm for great value deals. 


“The combination of Freestyle Cruising, low deposits and the opportunity to experience a free upgrade will help agents earn solid commission.”