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NCL offers up to 50% off sailings plus $200 OBC; boosts Take 3 for the Sea partnership

Set sail with Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest travel deal with up to 50 per cent off and USD$200 onboard credit on departures of four nights or more booked between 8-20 February 2024. This latest offer also includes the 'Free at Sea' value-packed deal.

Set sail with Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest travel deal with up to 50 per cent off and USD$200 onboard credit on departures of four nights or more booked between 8-20 February 2024. This latest offer also includes the ‘Free at Sea’ value-packed deal.

Norwegian’s latest deal offers up to 50 per cent off cruises worldwide along with USD$200 onboard credit per stateroom to spend on spa services, specialty dining, shore excursions, shopping and more.

Cruisers can also take advantage of its ‘Free at Sea’ offer with a complimentary beverage package, USD$50 shore excursion credit, specialty dining package and Wi-Fi package plus a reduced rate for third and fourth guests on select cruises.

NCL ship at sea in background with couple in Santorini in foreground.
Norwegian Escape in Santorini, Greece. Image: NCL

Not-for-profit partnership expands

Norwegian has also bolstered its Take 3 for the Sea commitment, which began in September 2022, with the delivery of a new Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) Program to help safeguard coastal environments.

The Program engages SLSCs and their communities by educating them about plastic pollution and empowering individuals to take proactive steps for a cleaner, healthier ocean ecosystem. 

North Bondi SLSC Nippers on beach clean-up duty. Image: Julia Wheeler Photography

The inaugural initiative runs over the peak summer period from October 2023 to March 2024 with more than 46 SLSCs across Australia signed up to host beach clean-ups and other activities.

NCL APAC VP & MD Ben Angell, a keen watersports participant whose kids are involved in Little Nippers at their local beach, said he is passionate about ocean protection.

Jacquie Riddell & Ben Angell.

“I’m incredibly grateful for this opportunity to further expand our partnership and support Surf Life Saving Clubs from around Australia who will then go on to further educate the community on the plastic pollution crisis,” he said.

Take 3 for the Sea CEO Jacquie Riddell said: “With the support of NCL, we can engage many more Surf Life Saving Clubs and communities and encourage members to take action to address the critical issue of plastic pollution in our oceans. Together, we are making an impact.”

For more info, head to ncl.com