Norwegian Cruise Line’s New All-Inclusive Package

written by | Posted on August 8th, 2014

Norwegian Cruise Lines launches all-inclusive package.

Norwegian Cruise Lines launches all-inclusive package.

Norwegian Cruise Line is providing passengers with another way to customize their cruise vacation by launching a new all-inclusive package.

The all-inclusive package, available for a limited time, is offered for 2015 sailings and new reservations made through Aug. 29. The package includes signature dining, beverages, shore excursions, Internet, service charges, and is available on sailings from three to 14 days in length; guests who add the all-inclusive package to a selected cruise will receive 10 percent off the cruise fare.

“Travel advisors can now earn additional commission when they sell the pre-paid packages, which include all-inclusive drinks, speciality dining, shore excursions and provides a 10 percent discount on cruise fare, among other benefits,” says Vicky Garcia, chief operating officer for Cruise Planners.

Rates for 7-day sailings start at $899 and include the Unlimited Dining and Unlimited Beverage packages, a shore excursion credit of $200 pp, pre-paid daily service charges, a 250-minute Internet package pp, 20 photos of any size, chocolate-covered strawberries, a bottle of wine, one bingo session, and six bottles of water. For the 3- to 5-day cruises, the shore excursion credit is $100 pp, and for sailings from nine to 14 days, the package includes 12 bottles of water. The Ultimate Dining package provides complimentary access to one of the onboard specialty restaurants every night of the cruise, while the Ultimate Beverage package offers a variety spirits, cocktails, draft beer, bottled beer, glasses of wine (up to $10), and unlimited fountain drinks and juices. For more information call, (888) 625-2784 or visit ncl.com.