Dec. 1, 2015
Norwegian Cruise Line has introduced a special promotional offer exclusively for those who wish to explore the majestic state of Hawai`i. Norwegian’s Freestyle Choice Hawai`i will allow guests who book a new cruise vacation† now through April 29, 2016 to enjoy up to $980 in added value offers.
Guests who book a new seven-day inter-island Hawai`i cruise for sailings through April 29, 2017 aboard Pride of America in any stateroom category will have the freedom to select one of four great offers to enhance their cruising experience including a free one-night pre-cruise hotel stay*, a free Specialty Dining Package**, free pre-paid gratuities for the first and second guest in the stateroom, or a free $50 per port shore excursion credits in up to four ports. Guests who book a suite aboard Pride of America will receive all four offers, turning their cruise into a nearly all-inclusive experience.
This port-packed itinerary gives guests the opportunity to explore the islands of Hawai`i on seven-day inter-island cruises, year-round from Honolulu. Offering nearly 100 hours of port time, Pride of America visits Hawai`i’s four main islands, including an overnight in Kahului, Maui; an overnight in Nãwiliwili, Kauai; stops in Hilo, Hawai`i and Kona, Hawai`i; as well as an afternoon cruise by the spectacular Nãpali Coast.
Norwegian’s popular Freestyle Choice promotion, available across the line’s fleet, continues through January 3. Guests who book a new three through 16-day cruise in any category stateroom on any sailing more than 30 days prior to departure can select their favorite of four incredible offers, including a free Ultimate Beverage Package**, a free Specialty Dining Package**, free $50 per port shore excursion credits in up to four ports, or a free 250 minute WiFi package***. Guests who book a suite or The Haven by Norwegian™ will enjoy all four free offers.
Norwegian Cruise Line is also doubling the deal for guests who wish to sail aboard the brand’s newest ships, Norwegian Escape and Norwegian Getaway, with its Freestyle Choice Pick Two offer. With both ships based in Miami year round, this offer is sure to warm up the winter season in full Miami style, with guests receiving not one but two ways to enhance their cruise vacation when they book a new sailing aboard either ship now through January 3.
Only Norwegian allows guests to visit the destinations of their dreams with the freedom and flexibility to dine when they want, indulge how they want, laugh how they want or relax how they want. To book a cruise aboard a Norwegian ship, contact a travel professional, call Norwegian at 866-NCL-CRUISE (625-2784), or visit www.ncl.com/promo/wave15 or https://www.ncl.com/cruise-destinations/hawaii-cruises for Hawai’i.
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† Offer valid for US residents only and terms based on itinerary and stateroom category booked. All sailings booked less than 30 days prior to sail date are not eligible for offer-- sailings aboard Norwegian Sky in 2015, Norwegian Escape and Norwegian Getaway are an exception to this rule and not restricted to 30 day ineligibility. Pride of America’s March 15, 2016 sailing is not eligible for Freestyle Choice Hawai’i offer. Freestyle Choice promotion not valid on Pride of America and 2016 Norwegian Sky sailings.
*Offer valid for Waikiki Marriott Resort-city view room. In the event that the hotel scheduled to be used in package is unavailable, for any reason, Norwegian Cruise Line reserves the right to substitute the hotel included in package. One night pre-hotel offer is available on reservations with 4 guests or less.
**Guests are responsible for an 18% gratuity for retail value for Specialty Dining Package, Ultimate Beverage Package, and/ or the Soda Package, with pricing based on number of cruise nights. Suites or Haven guests will not be responsible for the 18% gratuities related to the Ultimate Dining Package, Ultimate Beverage Package, and/or the Soda Package.
*** One login per stateroom. On Norwegian Breakaway, stateroom receives an internet package of 100/250 minutes or 300/1000 MB of data respectively.