With a range of offers available on select sailings to Africa, Australia, the Panama Canal and South America, seeing the world just became much easier with Norwegian Cruise Line.
There’s little doubt that demand for once-in-a-lifetime holidays is increasing, and now Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has put itself in prime position to capitalise on this trend with a series of itineraries and offers that are sure to appeal to a wide array of guests.
For select itineraries to bucket-list destinations, guests get 35 per cent off all cruises and up to £400pp airfare credit.
If it’s sea days to explore the activities on board that guest want, there are transatlantic sailings on Norwegian Gem, Norwegian Prima and Norwegian Getaway.
When sailing on Norwegian Prima’s 15-day France & Iceland voyage, from New York, guests can enjoy the fastest slides at sea, a multi-level race track and the Galaxy Pavilion, among others, while Norwegian Getaway offers up aqua slides, a casino and ropes course.
For more port-intensive itineraries that showcase a unique blend of culture and exploration, why not suggest the line’s voyages in Asia.
Norwegian Spirit will operate the 10-day Kobe, Kochi, Nagoya & Mt. Fuji cruise, departing from Toyko in May 2024.
Then there are itineraries in Australia and the South Pacific. First up is the South Pacific: Fiji, Moorea & Samoa cruise.
This 15-day itinerary, departing in December this year, will take guests through French Polynesia, American Samoa and Fiji on their way to Australia, spending a day in Papeete, an island famous for black pearls and extinct volcanos.
Staying in the South Pacific, Norwegian Spirit will take in the likes of the Isle of Pines, Mystery Island and Lautoka, Fiji, on a 13-day Fiji, Moorea & Vanuatu exploration, departing March 2024. The same ship will also explore the wonders of Australia and New Zealand at the end of this year.
Norwegian Cruise Line in Europe & Caribbean
For select itineraries in Europe and the Caribbean, guests can get 35 per cent off and up to £250pp airfare credit.
Norwegian Epic will transport guests to a world of unparalleled beauty on its seven-day Great Stirrup Cay & Dominican Republic cruise.
Think reclining on a catamaran in St. Thomas while sailing to Turtle Cove to snorkel with green sea turtles, before relaxing at Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian Cruise Line’s private island resort.
Cartagena’s colonial architecture and a visit to the wonder that is the Panama Canal are also on offer on the 11-day Panama Canal: Mexico, Costa Rica & Belize adventure on Norwegian Gem, with multiple departure dates in 2024.
Closer to home, the cruise line will have 10 ships in Europe in 2024, with a mix of itineraries that take in some of the region’s most sought-after destinations and lesser-known ports.
For example, the 11-day France, Spain & Germany cruise will explore the charm of Le Havre, alongside the well-known sights of Amsterdam and Brussels, while Game of Thrones fans will enjoy a tour of Dubrovnik’s Old Town on the Italy, France & Greece departure, on Norwegian Escape.
The cherry on top? Guests who sail with NCL can benefit from Free at Sea packages.
Upgrades can be booked from £149 per person (based on six to eight-day cruise) and receive all applicable packages including premium beverages, speciality dining, wifi, excursion discounts and third and fourth guests pay taxes only (on select sailings).
For more information or to book, visit NorwegianCentral.com.