Norwegian Becomes All Inclusive in Select Markets

By ,   April 4, 2017 ,   Cruise Industry

Norwegian Cruise Line is now offering all inclusive voyages in some markets which brings a range of valuable services and benefits, as well as a new feeling of freedom at sea.

The new program from Norwegian is named “Premium All Inclusive” and is included in cruise fares. While it is currently only available to those living in select countries, cruises to Alaska, Asia, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Cuba, Europe, Hawaii, Panama Canal, and South America are included.

  • Guests 21 and older will enjoy spirits, bottled or draft beer, wines by the glass and cocktails of up to US $ 15 as well as light beer, soft drinks and juices. 18% gratuity included. A 20% discount will be given on bottles of wine, champagne and sparkling wine, purchased on board. Guests 2–20 years will enjoy unlimited soft drinks, water and juices (not fresh squeezed) in all bars, in all lounges and restaurants during the entire cruise. 18% gratuity included.
  • One bottle of water (1 litre) per person per day available in the stateroom. 18% gratuity included. Wide range of speciality coffees served in all restaurants on board at meal times. 18% gratuity included.
  • All gratuities and tips related to the all-inclusive services are included as well as the service charge.
  • Guests staying in the Haven or a suite will receive 250 min of WiFi, $100 in OBC, complimentary reservations for specialty restaurants (3-9 nights: 3 dinners, 10+ nights: 4 dinners).

Premium All Inclusive is valid for new bookings on all stateroom categories on Norwegian Cruise Line as of April 3, 2017.

Premium All Inclusive is valid for bookings from Scandinavia, Belgium, Netherlands, Liechtenstein, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Russia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Bulgaria, Ukraine and from more Eastern European markets as well as from Greece, Malta, Cyprus, Turkey, Morocco, Libya, Tunisia, Angola and Algeria.