Norwegian Cruise Line is offering up to $1,000 in onboard credit per stateroom as part of its Boxing Day sale.
The offer, which runs from 24th December 2018 through to 16th January 2019, is available fleet-wide on bookings of five nights or more. Norwegian’s premium all-inclusive offer is not affected by the deal.
Those that book after the 16th will get $500 credit to spend on-board as well as a £50 deposit offer with a three-night dining package for balcony and mini suites on selected dates. Bookings must be made before the end of March.
NCL will have five ships in Europe this year: Epic, Getaway, Pearl, Jade and Spirit.
Norwegian has also released details about its 2020/21 itineraries including those of Norwegian Encore, the line’s next launch, which will be based in Miami.
“We are so pleased with the variety of itineraries we are providing, including positioning sister ships, Norwegian Joy and Norwegian Encore, to sail from the Cruise Capital of the World, where we can showcase the ship’s stand-out amenities to thousands of guests each week,” said Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line.
The company is also set to position the newly refurbished Norwegian Jewel in Australia and the Norwegian Star in South America, where it will run 14-day itineraries.
Last month, Norwegian also announced that it was developing a second cruise pier at the port of Icy Strait Point, in Hoonah, Alaska. The new pier, which will be opened from summer 2020, will mean that the port can accommodate the line’s new Breakaway Plus ships.