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Norwegian Cruise Line launches Australian website

Kate Webster

Norwegian Cruise Line has launched a new easy-to-navigate site Australian website, tailored for Australian audiences and displaying all fares in Australian dollars.

It is designed to deliver an enhanced user experience and centralise global product management, ensuring up-to-the-minute product information on berth availabilities and special offers.

The mobile-optimised design allows for on-the-go researching, and new features such as the quick and easy ‘Find a Holiday’ search tool makes planning the perfect trip possible with just a few simple clicks by selecting destination, dates, number of days, port of departure and/or ship.

Additionally there is an ‘Advanced Search’ option allows holiday-planners to drill down to stateroom type, number of guests and average price per person. Bundled travel including cruise, hotel and airfares can also be quickly searched.

For those looking to combine itineraries, NCL’s local, Sydney-based Contact Centre can easily assist with this.

Itineraries, pricing and bookings for NCL’s 2016/2017 worldwide itineraries are available via the website now, with pricing and bookings for Norwegian Jewel’s inaugural Australasian season – with sailings commencing  October 2017 – available from Monday 4 July 2016.

Together with the United States and Brazil, Australia is one of the first markets to transition to NCL’s new, globalised web platform.

The new website can be viewed and accessed now at www.ncl.com.au

The new Australian website is supported by NCL’s dedicated agent portal, Norwegian Central, which can be accessed at www.norwegiancentral.com

 

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