NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line extending ‘Peace of Mind’ policy

   February 14, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line announced it is extending 3 policies to give potential customers "peace of mind and flexibility" when booking a voyage with the brand.

To provide travelers with the most flexibility, NCL extended its "Peace of Mind Policy" for existing and new bookings. Bookings made by March 31, 2021, and any departure date through/including October 31, 2021, customers can cancel anytime up to 15 days prior departure. NCL's policy applies to both group and individual bookings. Those who choose to cancel their trip using the policy receive an FCC (Future Cruise Credit).

NCL has also extended its "60-Day Final Payment Policy" for all cruises with departure dates through October 31, 2021, for both existing and new bookings. This postpones final payment and cancellation penalties from the standard 120 to 60 days prior departure.

NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line extending ‘Peace of Mind’ policy

Any current and active FCC (Future Cruise Credits), CruiseFirst and CruiseNext certificates set to expire in 2021 are now extended. The ‘Book By’ date for the credits and certificates is to be adjusted in the next 2 weeks to December 31, 2021. All certificates retain their ‘Sail By’ dates, which remains for sailings departing on/before December 31, 2022.

Currently, NCL plans to resume operations in May 2021.

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