Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is offering Australian and New Zealand cruisers savings of up to 35% on cruise fares together with USD$200 onboard credit on worldwide voyages departing in 2022, 2023 and 2024.
Craving a cruise? Good news!
Available until 15 February 2022, NCL’s new offer, which includes savings of up to 35% on cruise fares together with USD$200 onboard credit*, also provides new bookings with all five of NCL’s popular ‘Free at Sea’ offers – including free beverage package, wi-fi package, shore excursion credit, specialty dining package and access to NCL’s ‘3rd and 4th guest sail at a reduced rate’.
Keen travellers can enjoy these offerings on over 300 cruises exploring Europe, Hawai’i, Alaska, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and more.
If the spirit of Aloha is calling, choose to explore the glorious Hawaiian Islands on a 7-day Inter-Island roundtrip itinerary on Pride of America departing from Honolulu, including an overnight stay in both Maui and Kaua’i, no sea days and more than 70 shore excursions available to choose from.
As the only major cruise line to offer year-round inter-island cruises in Hawai’i, this much-loved itinerary departs every Saturday, 52 weeks a year, and is priced from AUD$3,120 per person based on 25 November 2024 departure date.
If Europe is on your wishlist, can choose to live it up onboard NCL’s newest ship, Norwegian Viva, set to launch in 2023. Discover the gems of the Mediterranean on a 9-day cruise from Rome to Venice priced from AUD$4,015 per person.
Departing 24 June 2023, the voyage visits 10 ports in 9 days including Naples, Palermo (Sicily), Valletta, Siracusa (Sicily), Corfu, Dubrovnik, Koper, Ravenna and Venice (Trieste).
NCL says travellers can book their next cruise with peace of mind thanks to its comprehensive Sail Safe Health and Safety protocols.
This offer is available to book before 15 February 2022.
*Conditions apply. Click here or visit your local travel advisor for more information.
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