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Norwegian Cruise Line encourages guests to ‘Take 5’

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is ringing in the new year with its ‘Take 5’ offer, providing up to US$2,900 in value for a limited time.

The promotion sees all stateroom categories across all ships and destinations receiving all five of its popular ‘Free at Sea’ offers, with 50 per cent reduced deposits also available.

With NCL’s Take 5 promotion, guests can enjoy a free beverage package, shore excursion credit, specialty dining package, WiFi package and access to the cruise line’s offer of the third and fourth guest sailing at a reduced rate (on select sailings).

Australian and New Zealand guests can take advantage of this promo across any vessel in NCL’s fleet, with over 300 stunning destinations to choose from including Europe, Hawaii, Alaska, and Asia, along with closer-to-home voyages in Australia and New Zealand.

Damian Borg, director of sales for Australia and New Zealand at NCL, said: “What better way to kick off the new year than with our most popular offer that will assist our valued travel partners in Australia and New Zealand in securing new client bookings.

“Providing outstanding value, Take 5 is available fleetwide across all destinations, including our stunning range of Australia and New Zealand itineraries.”


Featured image source: Norwegian Cruise Line

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