NCL Raises Beverage and Dining Packages Price

By ,   March 1, 2016 ,   Cruise Industry

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) raised the price of its Ultimate Beverage Package from US $69 to US $79 per day, and the price of its specialty dining packages by US $10 per person per day.

Corks and Caps pricing is changed from US $54 to US $59 per day. The program includes a variety of bottled beer, draft beer and glasses of wine up to US $15 and unlimited juices and fountain soda at all bars, restaurants, lounges and Great Stirrup Cay. A 20% discount is applied to bottles of wine bought on board.  

The price cap for beverages which qualify remains at US $15 per drink. An 18% gratuity is added at the time of purchase.

Norwegian Sky

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The 3- and 4-day cruises of Norwegian Sky from Miami to the Bahamas still have a free open bar policy.

The price of soda packages across the whole NCL fleet stays the same.

For more information about NCL's alcohol policy, beverage packages and wine list prices, see at NCL Alcohol Policy, Drink Packages, Wine