Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is throwing a nice chilly curve ball to those who don't already have plans for their summer vacations. For a limited time, those who book a new Alaska cruise from Sunday July 20, 2014 through Saturday July 26, 2014 can still take advantage of their previous Kids Sail Free offer, receive up to $200 to spend on board, plus free balcony upgrades. Other discounts also apply to select sailings, which will increase your savings.
The options are plentiful during this promotion as you can sail onboard one of NCL's three ships in Alaska: Norwegian Sun, Norwegian Jewel, or Norwegian Pearl. You can look at the beautiful coastline; go on an Alaska Cruisetour; take a dog sledding and much more in this great frontier that is Alaska.
Norwegian Sun offers seven-day cruises from either Vancouver, British Columbia or Whittier, Alaska, and explores the Inside Passage, Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Sawyer Glacier and Hubbard Glacier, now through September 22, 2014. Fares from Vancouver start at $649 and fares from Whitter start at $499. These fares are per person based on double occupancy.
Norwegian Jewel offers seven-day cruises from Seattle every Saturday and visits Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay, Ketchikan and Victoria, British Columbia. These sailings run now through September 21, 2014 and fares start at $579. These fares are also per person based on double occupancy.
Norwegian Pearl also offers seven-day cruises from Seattle. These cruises visit Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay, Ketchikan and Victoria, British Columbia every Sunday, running now through September 21, 2014, with fares starting at $579, which is per person, based on double occupancy.
These West Coast sailings are easily accessible for Charlotte-area guests. Flights to Seattle or Vancouver are less than six hours, depending on your connections and run daily from Charlotte's Douglas International Airport. If you have questions about these sailings or need assistance booking one, please contact Your Charlotte Cruise Ships Examiner at email@example.com.
Stay tuned for more cruise news and happenings in future articles. Until then, Bon Voyage!