Passengers who reserve a 2015 cruise on Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) within the next few weeks may choose to include the line’s new, all-inclusive package option. According to a press release received by Examiner, the all-inclusive option is available to passengers who book between August 4 and August 29, 2014 for departures on most itineraries in 2015.
The package, which NCL touts as “a first for major cruise lines,” includes:
- Ultimate Dining package, covering dinner at a specialty restaurant every night
- Ultimate Beverage package, covering unlimited fountain soda and juice, and a variety of alcoholic beverages (spirits, cocktails, beer, and glasses of wine) up to $10
- Shore excursion credit of $200 per person ($100 per person for three- to five-night cruises)
- Pre-paid daily service charges
- Internet package of 250 minutes per person
- Photo package consisting of 20 photos of any size
- Chocolate-covered strawberries
- One bottle of wine
- Six bottles of water (12 bottles of water for nine- to 14-night cruises)
- One BINGO session
- 10% off the cruise fare
The all-inclusive package is available on 2015 sailings of three to 14 nights, with the exception of Pride of America (which sails in Hawaii), European cruises, and back-to-back sailings. The cost of the package is based on the length of the cruise, and ranges from $459 per person for a 3-night cruise to $1,449 per person for a 14-night cruise. The additional cost for a 7-night cruise is $899 per person.
For more information on the NCL’s all-inclusive package, the ships on which it will be offered, and the cost of the add-on, visit the NCL website or contact your travel agent.