When you think of a "free-for-all", doesn't the word "fun" come to mind? Of course, sometimes, they are associated with bad things such as looting, and losing a World Cup soccer championship, but this article will point in the direction of "fun". Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is contributing to this type of fun with its Sun & Fun Free for All Bonus Days. These days, which end on Saturday July 19, 2014, offer cruisers exceptional savings on select sailings to the Caribbean, Bermuda, Hawaii and the Bahamas & Florida. Those travelers who book by July 19, 2014 can take advantage of NCL's famous and popular Kids Sail Free offer, plus receive free balcony upgrades and up to $200 to spend on board. Military, Latitudes Rewards and AARP discounts may also apply on select sailings, while many other cruise lines will not combine savings.
NCL's newest ship, Norwegian Getaway, has part of this fun with select seven-day cruises to the Eastern Caribbean from her homeport of Miami. If cruisers were to book this ship, she visits such exciting ports as Philipsburg, St. Maarten; St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands and Nassau, the Bahamas. Fares begin on this beautiful ship at just $449, which is per person, based on double occupancy.
Other great ships are included in this promotion including Norwegian Epic, voted by Cruise Critic as the "Best Ship for Sea Days" and "Best Overall Cruise Ship", Norwegian Jewel from Houston and Norwegian Dawn from New Orleans. Norwegian Epic sails from Miami as well and visits Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Costa Maya, Mexico; and Cozumel, Mexico, with fares starting at $399.
Guests can reach these ports of embarkation easily from the Charlotte metro area. Drives to these ports are 14 hours (Houston) and under, and flights from Charlotte's Douglas International Airport are around the two-hour range. If you should need assistance on taking advantage of these offers or if you have any other questions about cruising, you may contact Your Charlotte Cruise Ships Examiner at email@example.com for direction.
Stay tuned for more cruise news and happenings in future articles. Until then, Bon Voyage!