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Norwegian Cruise Line launches 2014-15 Freestyle Cruising® brochure

Norwegian Cruise Line launches 2014-15 Freestyle Cruising® brochure

Norwegian Cruise Line today launched its 2014-15 Freestyle Cruising brochure, offering a great range of cruises across its soon-to-be 13-strong fleet. The brochure includes worldwide sailings to destinations such as Europe, the Caribbean, Alaska, Bahamas and Florida, Bermuda, Panama Canal and Hawaii as well as Atlantic crossings. 

The 2014-15 season includes the full Norwegian Getaway programme, sailing year-round to the Eastern Caribbean from Miami following her inauguration in January 2014. Norwegian Getaway will bring the best of Miami, the ‘Magic City’, to the sea and offers 26 dining options as well as a five-slide aqua park, and much more.

The brochure also includes the various European sailings as Norwegian continues to bring four ships to the region, with two ships sailing year-round in the Mediterranean. Norwegian Epic will once again sail her popular seven-night Western Mediterranean cruise from Barcelona during the summer season whilst Norwegian Spirit sails year-round in Europe on a combination of 10 and 12-night itineraries, including Canary Islands & Morocco from Barcelona between 26 November 2013 and 15 April 2015.

To celebrate the launch of the latest brochure, agents can save customers up to £500 per stateroom on bookings made between 19 June and 31 July 2013. The offer will be valid on itineraries of six nights or more on 12 Freestyle Cruising ships and on selected sailings taken between April 2014 and April 2015.

Francis Riley, vice president and general manager international, Norwegian Cruise Line said: “We are thrilled to launch our new brochure and continue to bring Freestyle Cruising to some great worldwide destinations. To encourage those all-important early bookings we have created a fantastic incentive offer for our travel partners, a promotion which includes the maiden programme for Norwegian Getaway set to launch in January 2014.”