All drinks normally priced at up to $11 will be included in the fare. These are numerous cocktails, premium spirits, bottled and draft beer, as well as wines by the glass. Guests aged 3 to 20 will enjoy unlimited soda and juice.
Andy Stuart, president & chief operating officer for NCL said they were taking Freestyle Cruising to the next level. He added Norwegian Sky guests would have the freedom to enjoy a vacation the way they desired, with all included in their cruise fare.
Norwegian Sky is one of the oldest ships of the line, having entered service in 1999. The Sky sails 3- and 4-day roundtrip cruises to the Bahamas from Miami year-round. The new all-inclusive experience will provide vacationers with the opportunity to enjoy unlimited beverages on Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas, Great Stirrup Cay.
In addition to the various inclusive offerings on board, Norwegian Sky passengers can also upgrade and pay for Spa treatments and specialty restaurants. While in port, they can opt to choose from an array of shore excursions offering experiences including historical island tours, beach time, swimming with dolphins and more, that carry a charge.