Norwegian Cruise Line Begins Fivefold Promotional Cruise Offer

Norwegian Sky at sea in Cuba
Photo by Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Cruise Line has unveiled a new limited-time-only Norwegian’s Distinctive Voyages promotion. The promotional package provides cruisers with five distinct offers affecting select cruises. Here they are:

From August 7 to September 30, guests will receive a 120 minute phone call package, 250 minute Internet package, $50 USD credit per port shore excursion, up to $400 USD in air credit and $100 USD hotel credit when they book a nine day or longer voyage in the stateroom category. Combined with Norwegian’s Free at Sea promotion, the package is valued at up to $5,000.  Similarly, Norwegian also has Balcony Bonus Week in effect until August 7; booking a five-night or longer cruise in a balcony stateroom or higher category will earn guests up to $500 free onboard spending money.

Booking a cruise now through August 2017 and all 2018 Cuba sailings also makes guests eligible for Norwegian’s Havana Nights offer, which provides guests with $50 in free onboard spending money. This offer coincides with the Norwegian Sun ship embarking towards Cuba for the first time in May 2018; the Sun is the second of Norwegian’s ships to do so, along with its sister ship, the Norwegian Sky. Guests will cruise the Sun for four days and stop in the capital city of Havana for a full day and night of exploration. The offer applies to cruises aboard both the Sun and the Sky.

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The aforementioned Free at Sea promotion extends through August 31 to guests who book a three-day or longer sailing in an oceanview, balcony, or minisuite category stateroom. The promotion allows guests to choose from two of five onboard amenity offers for free. Such offers include free unlimited open bar, a free specialty dining package, $50 towards shore excursions in each port, 250 minutes of free Wi-Fi, or access to Norwegian’s Friends and Family Sail Free offer. This offer allows the third and fourth guests in a booking to sail for free on various 2017 and 2018 sail dates. Booking a cruise in a suite or The Haven by Norwegian upgrades the offer, providing sailors with all five of these amenities for free.

The second half of the Free at Sea promotion pertains to Norwegian’s unique seven-day inter-island cruise through Hawaii aboard the Pride of America, with over one hundred hours of port-time. Guests who book a new cruise aboard the Pride of America receive the Free at Sea Hawaii offer, which provides one of five cruise-enrichment experiences, such as a free one-night pre-cruise hotel stay with an option to select reduced airfare, a free specialty dining package, free pre-paid service charges for the first and second guest, free $50 per-port excursion credit, and the aforementioned Friends and Family Sail Free deal. Booking a Pride of America suite earns the guest all five offers.

Lastly, from now until August 31, Norwegian’s Holiday Bonus Bundle is available to all guests who book a Norwegian cruise. The bundle provides $100 of onboard credit on sailings over the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s holidays—and it can be combined with the two Free at Sea offers. 

Norwegian Cruise Line has destinations around the world, and offers up to 28 dining options, entertainment and full guest services across the brand’s 15 ships

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