NORWEGIAN PERKS WITH LIMITED TIME OFFER
Norwegian Cruise Line is launching its “Cruise Event Week” limited time offer today, Tuesday, September 4, 2012, giving guests the opportunity to earn additional on-board amenities when they book a new cruise vacation to one of Norwegian’s popular destinations including the tropical waters of the Caribbean, with fares starting at $399.*
Guests who make a new cruise reservation will receive a variety of on-board amenities, based on stateroom category, plus reduced deposits when they book any five-day or longer Norwegian cruise by Monday, September 10, 2012. Special resident rates are also available on select sailings.
Guests who sail in an oceanview stateroom will receive a bottle of wine, plus decadent chocolate-covered strawberries. Balcony guests will also receive a bottle of wine and chocolate-covered strawberries, along with a complimentary dinner for two in Norwegian’s signature Italian restaurant.
Mini-suite guests will enjoy all of the amenities received by those in a balcony stateroom, plus an additional dinner for two at Norwegian’s signature steakhouse, a guest favorite specialty restaurant, located on every Norwegian ship. Suite guests will receive all of the amenities entitled to guests sailing in a mini-suite, plus an additional $50 spa credit to use towards any pampering treatment in the Mandara Spas on board.
Guests who set sail in Norwegian’s luxurious suite complex, The Haven, available on board Norwegian Epic, Gem, Pearl, Jewel or Jade, will enjoy all of the amenities received by suite guests, plus dinner for two in Norwegian’s signature French restaurant,
and an additional $75 dollar on-board credit to use towards another relaxing spa treatment, exciting shore excursions, dinner in a specialty restaurant or towards beverages in one of the many bars and lounges on board.
As the weather gets cooler, the tropical cruise season heats up with nine ships sailing from four convenient departure ports – Miami, New Orleans, Tampa and New York – and amazing itineraries that offer a slice of paradise in the Eastern, Western or Southern Caribbean.
Guests can chase the sun on a Caribbean cruise from Miami on board Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Pearl or Norwegian Sun. Norwegian Epic, recently named “Best Ship for Sea Days” by Cruise Critic, will sail a series of seven-day cruises to the Eastern Caribbean beginning November 3, 2012; Norwegian Pearl will sail to the Western Caribbean on a series of seven-day cruises beginning October 21, 2012; and Norwegian Sun will sail to the Southern Caribbean on 10 and 11-day cruises starting on October 14, 2012.
Guests wishing to sail from Tampa can do so on Norwegian Dawn, sailing seven-day Western Caribbean cruises beginning November 11, 2012.
Norwegian Gem sets sail from New York on nine-day cruises to the Eastern Caribbean from New York starting October 20, 2012.
Norwegian Jewel also offers convenient getaways from New York on seven-day cruises to the Bahamas & Florida from October 14, 2012 through December 30, 2012 or they can sail to the Southern Caribbean on a 12-day cruise between January 6, 2013 and February 3, 2013.
Guests who wish to sail from New Orleans in 2012 can set sail on Norwegian Star, sailing seven-day cruises to the Western Caribbean starting November 4, 2012.
In an exciting first for the line, Norwegian Jewel will be the first Jewel-class ship to homeport in New Orleans. Starting October 13, 2013, Norwegian Jewel will offer seven-day cruises to the Western Caribbean through April 13, 2014.
Residents of the Northeast can be one of the very first to experience the line’s newest and most innovative ship, Norwegian Breakaway, on a seven-day cruise to Bahamas & Florida from New York City, starting October 13, 2013.
For those who prefer a quick tropical getaway, Norwegian Sky offers three and four-day cruises year-round to the Bahamas from Miami.
To take advantage of the “Cruise Event Week” limited time offer, contact a travel professional, call Norwegian at 888-NCL-CRUISE (625-2784), or visit www.ncl.com.
*All prices are based on double occupancy