If you haven’t quite made up your mind about family cruises, it’s a perfect time to test the water. The annual Norwegian Cruise Line Worldwide Sale is now on, with savings of up to £200 on family staterooms, and tiny deposits of just £50 per person on all 2017/2018 family cruise holidays.
Norwegian Cruise Line is famous for their ‘freestyle’ cruises, which basically means they give passengers complete freedom to do what they want, when they want, on some of the largest and most activity-packed cruise ships in the world. So it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to find that there’s plenty of freedom of choice in their Worldwide Sale too.
Families experience the carefree, relaxed style of Norwegian’s Premium All Inclusive cruising with so much more included in the fare, like premium drinks and service charges. You can take your pick from 15 ships, select from 98 different countries, and set your sights on over 300 ports of call in their 2017/2018 family cruise collection.
But whether you choose to sail to Alaska, glide round Asia or take a grand tour of Europe, you still save up to £200 on family staterooms, and your deposit is still only £50 per person.
The Worldwide Sale ends on 31 October 2017, and the cruise you choose has to be five days or longer. Interested? Find out what makes Norwegian Cruise line so great for families.
Kids can look forward to unbelievable freedom on a Norwegian cruise. Even family staterooms are thoughtfully designed close to play areas.
There are brilliantly creative and well planned activities for children of all ages, teens have their own hang-out zone, and everyone loves on-board Aqua Parks and family pools. Plus all of the following youth programme clubs and activities are included in cruise price.
Interesting and innovative restaurants are a bit of a Norwegian Cruise Line theme, and there’s never any shortage of choice. The Great Outdoors all-day buffet is the best foodie adventure for kids. It has an easy-going family atmosphere with fabulous Aqua Park views, and even the healthy food is seriously delicious; so picky young passengers are happy to eat up.
Norwegian Cruise Line hasn’t forgotten the basic rule that says holidays are meant to let you unwind and relax a little. In fact, they’ve made parental self-indulgence almost compulsory; by taking care of kids and creating one of the most decadently spas at sea for you.
It seems almost ungrateful not to visit Mandara, possibly have a Bamboo Massage, try out the Thermal Suite, or enjoy a luxurious 24-carat facial.