Norwegian Cruises Rewards Early Bookings for 2012 and 2013


The Norwegian Star is participating in Norwegian Cruise Lines' newest promotion, which rewards customers who book their cruises in 2012 and 2013 between July 11 and August 14, 2011. // (C) 2011 Norwegian Cruise Lines.

Norwegian Cruise Lines is rewarding guests who plan their vacations in advance starting July 11, 2011. 

Cruises in 2012 or 2013 that are booked between July 11 and August 14, 2011 can take advantage of special offers on Norwegian Freestyle Cruising voyages to Alaska, Bahamas & Florida, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Europe, and Hawaii. Benefits include same-category upgrades, reduced cruise deposits fleet-wide, and up to $100 per stateroom to spend on board.

Norwegian’s itineraries for 2012 and 2013 include the Norwegian Pearl setting sail from New York to offer 21 seven-day Bahamas and Florida cruises and three 12-day Southern Caribbean voyages. The Norwegian Star will be holding weeklong cruises from Bermuda to New York. The Norwegian Spirit will join the Norwegian Jade sailing year-round in Europe beginning in April 2012, offering 12-day Grand Mediterranean voyages in the summer and fall, and nine-day Canary Island voyages in the winter and spring. In Alaska, the Norwegian Jewel will replace the Norwegian Star as of May 2012, cruising from Seattle on a seven-day cruise to Sawyer Glacier.

Also, for a limited-time, guests who are looking to set sail on a cruise vacation through Europe can receive up to $300 to spend on board (based on stateroom category) on new reservations made on the Norwegian Epic by July 31, 2011.  Norwegian Epic’s Western Mediterranean sailings from Barcelona, Spain sets sail to Naples, Rome (Civitavecchia), Florence (Livorno), Italy; Nice (Villefranche), and Provence (Marseille), France.

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