Norwegian Cruise Line will launch a One-day Alaska Spectacular Sale on Monday, March 26, 2012, providing guests the opportunity to receive $100 on board credit per stateroom on all Alaska sailings. Vacationers who make a new Alaska cruise reservation on March 26, 2012, will receive $100 per stateroom to spend on board for exciting Alaska shore excursions; treatments in Norwegian’s award-winning spas; or dinners in any of Norwegian’s Freestyle Dining restaurants.
This incredible Alaska offer is combinable with Norwegian’s Take It to the Next Level Sales Event featuring free up to 4-category stateroom upgrades, including balcony upgrades, and an e-coupon booklet valued at up to $400 in on board savings.
Cruisers can take in the breathtaking beauty and wilderness of Alaska on board Norwegian Jewel or Pearl, the youngest ships sailing in Alaskan waters, while enjoying all the amenities found on board both Jewel-class Freestyle Cruising ships.
Norwegian Pearl (pictured right) will set sail to Alaska from Seattle every Sunday from May 13 through September 9, 2012. Norwegian Jewel will sail to Alaska on Saturdays from May 26 through September 8, 2012. Both will sail a series of seven-day cruises from Seattle to some of Alaska’s most scenic destinations including Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay or Sawyer Glacier, Ketchikan and Victoria, British Columbia.
Norwegian Pearl will also sail a seven-day Glacier Bay cruise from Vancouver to Seattle on May 6, 2012 and a Seattle to Vancouver cruise on September 16, 2012. Norwegian Jewel will also sail a seven-day Sawyer Glacier cruise from Vancouver to Seattle on May 19, 2012 and a Seattle to Vancouver cruise on September 15, 2012.
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