Norwegian Cruise Line has announced that it is extending three policies to help give guests flexibility and peace of mind when booking a cruise vacation.
Peace of Mind Extension
To provide travelers with the most flexibility in booking, the cruise line has extended its Peace of Mind policy. For new and existing bookings made by March 31, 2021, for any voyage with an embarkation date through and including October 31, 2021, guests can cancel anytime up to 15 days in advance of embarkation.
The policy applies to both individual and group bookings.
Those who choose to cancel their voyage using this policy will receive a Future Cruise Credit.
Final Payment Update
Norwegian has also extended its 60-Day Final Payment Policy for all sailings with embarkation dates through October 31, 2021, for both new and existing reservations. This postpones final payment and cancellation penalties from the standard 120 days to 60 days prior to sailing.
Extension of Future Cruise Credits
Any current and active Future Cruise Credits, CruiseNext certificates, and CruiseFirst certificates set to expire in 2021 are now being extended. The ‘Book By’ date for these credits and certificates will be adjusted in the next two weeks to December 31, 2021.
Even though the ‘Book By’ date is being extended, all certificates will retain their ‘Sail By’ dates, which remains for cruises departing on or before December 31, 2022.
For example: Future Cruise Credits issued in July 2020 previously had an expiration date of July 2021. The new expiration date to book a cruise will now be December 31, 2021.
For more information on Norwegian Cruise Line’s policies, visit their updated FAQ page.
Currently, Norwegian Cruise Line plans to resume sailings in May 2021.