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NCL launches double point rewards for Australia & NZ cruises on newly revamped Norwegian Spirit

Sponsored by Norwegian Cruise Line

Need another reason to be counting down the days until 17 April AKA cruise restart day?

Norwegian Cruise Line has launched a fantastic incentive for members of its Partners First Rewards program, with double reward points up for grabs on every Norwegian Spirit Australia & New Zealand deposited booking made between 1-30 April.

That’s up to 70 Points for every booking – which you can redeem for a range of gift cards!

In case you haven’t heard, Norwegian Spirit will be coming to Australia & New Zealand for the first time in December, following the most extensive – and expensive – makeover in NCL’s history, totalling more than $130 million.

The all-new Norwegian Spirit has been modernised from bow to stern with the adult cruiser in mind.

Mandara Spa®

On board, guests can experience laid-back luxury and relax in the Thermal Suite at Mandara Spa®, sip the region’s finest grapes on a tour of Napier’s vineyards and then retreat back to their sanctuary at sea for the perfect plate of pasta at contemporary Italian fine-dining restaurant Onda by Scarpetta.

There are several unique and immersive itineraries on offer for Australia & New Zealand and the South Pacific, offering your clients the ultimate exploration of our very own backyard and neighbours to ease them back into travelling.

Guests can cross the Tasman Sea on the 12-day Australia & New Zealand: Auckland & Melbourne to Sydney itinerary and soak in the views of The Sounds, visit a village frozen in time by volcanic eruption in the beautiful Bay of Plenty and sip the region’s finest grapes on a vineyard tour of the art deco capital of the world.

In Australia, on the 12-day Australia & New Zealand: Sydney, Melbourne & Wellington to Auckland voyage, guests experience the beauty of Eden’s wilderness areas and beaches on the Sapphire Coast of NSW before spotting little penguins and platypus in the wild on a trip to Burnie, Tasmania.

Norwegian Spirit in French Polynesia

In the South Pacific, guests can depart from Sydney, Papeete and Honolulu and experience the lush forests, crystal-clear turquoise waters and colourful undersea life of the region, including Bora Bora, Moorea, Isle of Pines, New Caledonia and Tahiti.

With overnight stays in Moorea, Bora Bora and Papeete, guests have plenty of time to experience the best of French Polynesia on the 7-day South Pacific: Bora Bora, Moorea & Raiatea itinerary, including an enchanting journey along the Faaroa River complete with wild hibiscus, bamboo groves, chestnut trees, ginger flowers, villages and more.

In Moorea, guests take a scenic ride in a crystal clear lagoon with dramatic views of the island’s sharp mountain peaks, lush green valleys and picturesque coastal shoreline before kicking back with a beach barbeque and live music.

Not a member of NCL’s Partners First Rewards program yet?

There are loads of benefits, including earning up to 35 Points on all bookings (and 70 Points on Australia & New Zealand bookings until 30 April!) as well as receiving exclusive famil and event invitations, surprise and delights, prioritised access to support, personalised marketing support and much more.

Learn more and sign up for the program HERE.



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