NCL Adds New Alaska Freestyle Excursions

Gliding along in a high-speed boat and flying in a floatplane are two new additions to Norwegian Cruise Line’s list of 2008 Alaska shore excursions, all part of NCL’s Freestyle Private Touring, which offer guests more personalization.

The new shore excursions add to NCL’s already extensive collection of 160 excursions. In 2008, NCL will have three ships deployed in Alaska (Norwegian Pearl, Norwegian Star and Norwegian Sun) with departure points of Seattle or Vancouver from April through September.

Other excursions include private Hummer tours in Juneau and an Alaskan chef table in Ketchikan with local delicacies such as salmon, halibut, crabs and prawns. Visit www.ncl.com.

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