Cruise

Score a pair of sunglasses worth more than $500 with NCL’s latest incentive

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is celebrating the recent return to sail of Pride of America by offering a special incentive during the month of May for Partners First members.

Those signed up to the program who book their clients on a Hawai’i cruise will be rewarded with a pair of Maui Jim sunglasses valued at up to $549!

To receive a pair of Maui Jim sunglasses – with a choice of a range of styles – travel partners simply need to book and deposit two NCL Hawai’i Pride of America bookings during the month of May 2022, with voyages now open to book through to the end of 2025.

They will also receive up to 35 points for every booking, which can be redeemed for cash gift cards via Partners First Rewards.

NCL’s award-winning seven-day inter-island roundtrip itinerary aboard Pride of America recommenced on 9 April and departs Honolulu every Saturday, 52 weeks a year.

NCL is the only cruise line to offer year-round Hawai’i voyages, visiting four islands over seven days with no sea days, and including two overnight stays in Maui and Kaua’i.

This exclusive offer is only available to NCL’s Partners First Rewards members. Not a member? Sign up is easy, click here.



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