Norwegian Cruise Line has extended their “Free at Sea” promotion through July 31. When guests book a cruise, they can choose from up to five free offers to enhance their onboard experience during the voyage.
Free at Sea
With the offer, travelers who book a new five-day or longer cruise in an oceanview, balcony, or mini-suite stateroom can pick two onboard amenity offerings. They include free unlimited beverages, a free specialty dining package, free shore excursion credits, a free 250 minute wifi package, or the cruise line’s friends and family sail free offer, which allows 3rd and 4th guests to sail free on select voyages. Inside and studio staterooms can pick one free offer. Guests who book a sailing in a suite or The Haven will enjoy all five free amenities.
Pride of America
Norwegian’s ship Pride of America that sails to Hawaii has her own exclusive Free at Sea offer. Those who book a new seven-day intra-Hawaii cruise through July 31 in any stateroom category will be able to choose one of five offers to enhance their cruise: a free one-night pre-cruise hotel stay, a free specialty dining package, free pre-paid service charges for the first and second guest in the room, free $50 per port shore excursion credits in up to four ports, or friends and family sail free on select sail dates. Guests who book a suite aboard the ship will receive all five.
European Sailing Offers
The cruise line has also extended their Europe package offer, for those looking for an almost all-inclusive European vacation late this summer into the fall. Also through July 31, guests who book an inside, oceanview, balcony, or mini-suite on select European sailings can book round-trip air, transfers, and a one-night pre-cruise hotel stay as a package, with rates starting at $2,000. Additionally, guests that buy the package can choose two of four free offers, which are the first four mentioned above with the normal Free at Sea offer. The Europe package can be booked for many late summer and early fall European sailings.
For more information on these offers, contact Norwegian Cruise Line or your travel agent.