Norwegian Cruise Line has announced that beginning April 2, its new ‘Free at Sea’ programme will be available for all cruises booked in the UK and Ireland.
The move means that the line’s Premium All Inclusive offer will end.
Guests who reserve a suite or higher category stateroom, including a Concierge Class cabin or a suite in The Haven, NCL’s ship-within-a-ship concept, will now enjoy all five Free at Sea offers. These include a beverage package, shore excursion credits, a speciality dining package, a wifi package, and Norwegian’s Friends & Family option, which enables the third and fourth guests in a stateroom to sail at a reduced rate. Those sailing in other stateroom categories who are looking to unlock the value of the programme can pay from £99 per person to access two offers for a value worth more than £700.
Eamonn Ferrin, vice president and managing director for NCL’s UK and Ireland, Israel, South Africa and Middle East markets, said: “Free at Sea puts the power of choice in the hands of our guests, inviting them to individualise the way they holiday. This programme is the next step in the evolution of our commitment to offer more freedom, flexibility and value, all while delivering a top-quality experience.”