NCL Goes All-Inclusive


Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is debuting a new all-inclusive package taking the line’s signature Freestyle Cruising to a new level and providing guests yet another way to customize their cruise vacation.

Representing more than $2,400 in value per stateroom, Norwegian’s all-inclusive package, a first for the company,  is available for a limited time for all 2015 sailings fleetwide, for new reservations made from Aug. 4 through Aug. 29. The package includes signature dining, alcoholic beverages, unlimited soda, shore excursions, Internet access, service charges and more.

The all-inclusive package is available for 2015 sailings from three to 14 days in length, is priced by the number of days, and is available for all stateroom categories, including the Haven by Norwegian. When adding the all-inclusive to a selected cruise, guests receive 10% off the cruise fare. For a seven-day cruise, the $899 package includes the Ultimate Dining package; the Ultimate Beverage package; shore excursion credit of $200 per person, pre-paid daily service charges; a 250-minute Internet package per person; 20 photos of any size; chocolate-covered strawberries; a bottle of wine; one bingo session and six bottles of water. For cruises from three to five days, the shore excursion credit is $100 per person; and for sailings from nine to 14 days, the package includes 12 bottles of water.

As part of the offer, Norwegian’s Ultimate Dining package provides complimentary access to one of the line’s specialty restaurants every night of the cruise, including Cagney’s, the popular steakhouse; French bistro, Italian restaurant, Moderno Churrascaria, Asian-Fusion restaurant and more. The Ultimate Beverage package includes a variety of spirits, cocktails, draft beer, bottled beer and glasses of wine up to $10 and unlimited fountain soda and juices at all bars, lounges, restaurants and on Norwegian’s private island, Great Stirrup Cay.