Up until now, if you booked a cruise with Norwegian Cruise Lines, you could take advantage of their Premium All Inclusive. Well that all changes tomorrow, 2nd April, as they are introducing the “Free at Sea” programme, which in their words offers the passengers greater flexibility.
This programme has successfully been run in the Worldwide market but is now being rolled out in Europe. For a small fee of £99 for each seven-night sailing, the passengers can choose from 2 different options worth up to £700. Does that sound interesting to you?
You can choose any 2 of the following benefits:
Passengers sailing in NCL’s top stateroom classes, Haven, Concierge or suites will automatically be eligible for all five.
Vice-president and managing director for NCL UK, Eamonn Ferrin, explained: “This is all about reinforcing freestyle cruising, giving more flexibility, choice and value to our customers”.
He continued “We have done a lot of research among existing customers and those yet to cruise, and it was a real eye-opener into what they really want. Across all demographics and socio-types, having choice and individuality to create their own vacation experience was really important.”
The £99 Free At Sea upgrade is available on all cabin types.
Have you sailed with Norwegian before? Do you think that this offer will be more likely to tempt you to book with them in the future?
It will be interesting to see if this affects the cost of your cruise, which would have included Premium All Inclusive in the past.
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