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Norwegian Cruise Line Invites Guests To Set Sail This New Year With Free Offers And Reduced Deposits

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Norwegian Cruise Line is inviting guests to kick off their 2017 travel plans, as the line’s popular Free at Sea promotion has been extended through February 5. The limited time promotion offers guests the option to choose from up to five free offers plus 50% reduced deposits when they book a new cruise vacation in select categories†.

With Norwegian’s Free at Sea, guests who book a new three-day or longer sailing in an oceanview, balcony or minisuite category stateroom can take advantage of 50% reduced deposits and select their preference of two free choices from five incredible onboard amenity offers*, including free unlimited open bar, free Specialty Dining package, $50 towards shore excursions in each port per stateroom, a free 250 minute WiFi package, or Norwegian’s Kids Sail Free offer that allows third and fourth guests, whether they are kids or kids at heart, to sail for free on almost 400 cruise departure dates. Inside staterooms, as well as Norwegian’s Studio staterooms for solo travelers, also benefit from the 50% reduced deposit and can choose one free offer. Guests seeking ultimate luxury at sea are invited to book a sailing in a suite or The Haven by Norwegian® and enjoy all five free amenities, providing up to $2,800 in added value to their cruise.

Those looking to soak up the sun among the lush, exotic islands of Hawaii can do so on a one-of-a-kind cruise vacation aboard the recently renovated Pride of America, the only ship to sail roundtrip from Honolulu year-round, with her own exclusive Free at Sea offer^. Guests who book a new seven-day inter-island Hawaii cruise now through February 5 aboard Pride of America in a balcony, oceanview, inside or Studio stateroom can benefit from 50% reduced deposits. New bookings in any stateroom^ category have the freedom to select one of five offers to enrich their cruising experience, including a free one-night pre-cruise hotel stay*** with an option to select reduced airfare starting at $399 from select gateways, a free Specialty Dining Package**, free pre-paid service charges for the first and second guest in the stateroom, free $50 per port shore excursion credit per stateroom, or Norwegian’s Kids Sail Free, allowing third and fourth guests in each stateroom sail for free on select dates. Guests who book a suite aboard Pride of America will receive all five offers†.

For those looking to cruise away their winter blues, Norwegian sails from NYC to the Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas & Florida aboard Norwegian Breakaway or Norwegian Gem. Norwegian Breakaway takes the best of New York to sea with 27 dining options, dazzling Broadway performances and The Waterfront, a quarter-mile oceanfront promenade lined with restaurants, bars and spectacular views. Book now and escape to the Bahamas & Florida this winter or to the pink sands of Bermuda this summer on New York’s newest ship, Norwegian Breakaway. Aboard Norwegian Gem, guests can enjoy spectacular dining options, fabulous entertainment and family-friendly activities on cruises to the Caribbean, the Bahamas & Florida and Canada & New England for a quintessential summer getaway or fall leaf peeping.

Only Norwegian allows guests to visit the destinations of their dreams and invites guests to Feel Free to enjoy premium entertainment, action-packed adventure, a wide variety of dining options and the freedom to do it all or absolutely nothing, all on their own timetable. To book a cruise aboard a Norwegian ship, contact a travel professional, call Norwegian at 866-NCL-CRUISE (625-2784), or visit www.ncl.com.

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