Norwegian Cruise Line Partners With GroundLink


GroundLink is helping customers of Norwegian Cruise Line book transfer options two and from their cruise's embarkation port. // (c) 2011 Norwegian Cruise LIne.

Norwegian Cruise Line has announced a new partnership with GroundLink to provide an exclusive transportation experience to and from its cruise ships.

Guests now have the freedom and flexibility to book a variety of transfer options online from airport or home to pier and vice versa, as part of the cruise booking process. Services can be booked up to an hour before departure. GroundLink’s fleet includes thousands of vehicles from town cars and SUVs to stretch limousines available for private transfers at Norwegian’s embarkation ports around the world including Miami, New York, Barcelona and Venice.

For those flying into port cities, GroundLink will track the flight and itinerary to make any necessary adjustments. Upon booking, guests will receive a confirmation email and will be continuously updated throughout the pick-up process, either through a message that the driver is in route or a text containing the vehicle information. GroundLink transfers can be booked by visiting and going to “Get Ready for Your Cruise – Getting to the Pier.”  


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