NCL Offers Bonus Commission on San Juan Cruises

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Norwegian Dawn will sail a modified itinerary from San Juan starting November 12.

As Puerto Rico continues to recover from Hurricane Maria, Norwegian Cruise Line is offering travel agents a bonus commission on cruises from San Juan.

Travel agents can now receive a $50 bonus commission on the below Norwegian Dawn sailings from San Juan for all new bookings made after October 5, 2017, a representative of the cruise line tells Travel Agent. Norwegian is also offering guests up to $1,000 in onboard spending on 2017 Caribbean cruises, an offer that is combinable with the lines Free at Sea promotion.

Starting November 12, 2017, Norwegian Dawn will sail a revised seven-day itinerary from San Juan to take into account the impact of Hurricane Maria and Hurricane Irma on several Caribbean ports. The revised itinerary will call at Bridgetown, Barbados; Fort-de-France, Martinique; Basseterre, St. Kitts; St. Johns, Antigua; and St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. Other sailing dates in 2017 will be November 19 and 26, and December 10.

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Norwegian will also offer the following cruises from San Juan from December 3 through next year:

Carnival Cruise Line has likewise announced its resumption of San Juan sailings starting October 15 onboard the Carnival Fascination.

For the latest Caribbean cruise changes due to Hurricane Maria and Hurricane Irma, click here.

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