NCL unveils Merriest Deals this festive season

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has unveiled its “Merriest Deal” to welcome the festive season, inviting Australian and New Zealand travellers to treat themselves by booking a dream cruise with reduced deposits of just $149 per person*.

Plus, guests will enjoy savings of up to 35% on the cruise fare together with all five of NCL’s popular ‘Free at Sea’ offers, including a complimentary beverage package, shore excursion credit, specialty dining package, wi-fi package and a reduced rate for the 3rd and 4th guest.

Valid for new bookings made before Monday 27 December, travellers can take advantage of this incredible offer on a range of 2022 and 2023 cruises sailing around the world, including Europe, Hawaii, Alaska, the South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand.

The offer is available on a number of voyages on board Norwegian Spirit, recently revitalised from bow-to-stern during NCL’s most extensive and expensive ship renovation. A smaller ship that epitomises laid-back luxury, Norwegian Spirit is designed to be different, featuring unique adult-centric spaces such as the doubled-in-size Mandara Spa now complete with Thermal Suite, a luxe adults-only pool retreat, Spice H20, as well as brand-new dining venues and re-imagined staterooms.

Highlight voyages:

For a cruise full of contrasts, the 16-day Alaska & Honolulu: Glacier Bay, Kaua’i and Maui to Vancouver voyage combines four tropical Hawaiian isles with glaciers, bears, whales and stunning scenery in icy Alaska en route to cosmopolitan Vancouver. Departing Honolulu on 12 June 2022 aboard the newly refurbished Norwegian Spirit, this sailing is priced from AUD$4,749 per person.

Explore four glorious Hawaiian islands on a 7-day Inter-Island roundtrip itinerary on Pride of America departing 10 December 2022, including two overnight stays in Maui and Kaua’i, no sea days and more than 70 shore excursions. Departing every Saturday year-round, this award-winning itinerary is priced from AUD$2,999 per person.

Discover the delights of the spectacular South Pacific on the 7-day South Pacific: Bora Bora, Moorea and Raiatea  round-trip sailing from Papeete aboard Norwegian Spirit. Departing 7 November 2022, this popular itinerary is the ideal way to experience the blissful blue lagoons, culture and colour of these vibrant islands from AUD$3,899 per person.

Cruisers looking for a longer tropical escape can take advantage of this promotion to book the 12-day South Pacific: Bora Bora, Kaua’i & Maui to Honolulu sailing on Norwegian Spirit. Departing 23 April 2022, unforgettable experiences include snorkelling, kayaking and lush rainforests in Tahiti, an overnight in Kaua’i and a lively lūʻau performance in Maui, all from AUD$4,349 per person.

Travellers can book their next cruise with peace of mind thanks to NCL’s Sail Safe Health and Safety protocols. From pre-cruise protocols to new and enhanced health and safety measures on its ships and on shore, guests can cruise confidently.

*Terms and conditions apply. The Merriest Deal is available to book before 27 December 2021 and excludes Sail Away fare categories. $149 reduced deposit is valid until 31 December 2021. Offers are subject to change and other restrictions may apply. For additional information and terms and conditions, please click here.

For more information or to book a cruise with NCL, please contact a travel professional; call NCL in Australia on 1300 255 200 or in New Zealand on 0800 969 283; or visit

SOURCE: Norwegian Cruise Line



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