Norwegian Increases Reservation Options


The Norwegian Epic is the first ship in Norwegian's fleet to benefit fully from the new reservation system. // (c) 2011 Norwegian Cruise Lines.

Norwegian Cruise Lines enhanced its reservation system by adding the ability to pre-purchase shore excursions fleet-wide, as well as the option of pre-purchasing specialty dining on the Norwegian Epic. Norwegian plans to add freestyle dining reservations to their entire fleet in the coming months.

The reservation system is also designed to allow guests to pre-purchase shore excursions for all of Norwegian’s ships, enabling them to secure a spot for themselves, avoiding the stress of missing an opportunity by not signing up early enough.

The Norwegian Epic allows reservations for over 20 separate dining options, with cover charges ranging from $10 to $25 per person. Reservations are not required at the complimentary dining venues on each ship. Guests retain the ability to book shore excursion and restaurant reservations when on board, with the online component remaining just an option. All shore excursions and dining reservations may be adjusted up to one day prior of sailing.

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