Pricing Released for Norwegian Jewel’s Inaugural Season in Australia

By ,   July 25, 2016 ,   Cruise Industry

Steve Odell, svp and md Asia Pacific for NCLH, released pricing for the extended 2017-2018 season in Australia onboard Norwegian Jewel.

When Harry Sommer, company’s evp of international business development, came to Sydney on June 7 in order to join Odell for the announcement of the deployment of the 2,400-passenger ship Down Under, he said that pricing would be higher than its Royal Caribbean and Carnival competitors in Australia.

However, Sommer said Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has the best product and vacationers will be willing to pay for it.

All cruise bookings made by August 31 will be eligible for NCL's Free at Sea’ offers, covering everything, including beverage packages and reduced family fares.

The lead price for the 39-day repositioning cruise onboard Norwegian Jewel from Vancouver to Sydney via Hawaii and South Pacific October 3, 2017 is A$7,417 per passenger in an inside stateroom, twin-share.

The 40-day repositioning cruise on February 20, 2018 out of Sydney to Tokyo, where the ship arrives during the Cherry Blossom season, starts from A$5,973.

The shortest voyage of the season is a 5-day round trip from Sydney to Tasmania (Hobart and Burnie) November 12, 2017 from A$1,147.