Norwegian Cruise Line announced they are stopping the all-inclusive bar program on Norwegian Sky and Norwegian Sun, effective for voyages on or after September 7, 2019.
In 2015, the cruise line announced that both ships, Sun and Sky, would include open bars as part of the cruise fare for all guests 21 years and older.
Norwegian said in a statement, “Any guests sailing on Norwegian Sun and Sky after September 7, 2019 who booked a cruise which included Free Open Bar at time of purchase, will still be able to enjoy the unlimited open bar.”
Guests sailing the two ships may continue to enjoy unlimited open bar as well as complimentary specialty dining, shore excursion credits, free WiFi, the option to have friends and family sail free, and free or reduced airfare, through the brand’s ongoing Free at Sea program.
Norwegian Sun currently sails three- and four-night cruises from Port Canaveral, Florida to the Bahamas. Norwegian Sky is based in Miami, Florida also sails three- and four-night voyages to the Bahamas.
Both ships were sailing to Havana, Cuba until the recent travel ban implemented earlier this month.
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