NCL adds ‘plus’ to premium all-inclusive

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Norwegian Cruise Line further enhances premium product
Norwegian Cruise Line has revealed that it is “building on the success” of its recently launched Premium All Inclusive product by offering the even broader Premium All Inclusive Plus.
This includes four additional benefits per stateroom for guests who chose to sail on a selection of port-intensive longer sailings of nine nights or more.
The additional extras include a 120-minute phone package, a 250-minute internet package, a US$50 shore excursion credit per port of call, and hotel credit of up to €80 in selected ports.
Premium All Inclusive Plus is available on selected sailings of nine nights or longer in all destinations, from the Baltic Sea to Mediterranean and Canary Islands sailings, South America, the Panama Canal and exotic Asia-Pacific sailings.
With Premium All Inclusive, introduced in April, Norwegian Cruise Line has taken the trend of all-inclusive holidays to the premium cruise market. It now includes added value of more than €1,400 per stateroom into the cruise fare, making the holiday budgeting process easier for guests. What were once extras are now in the overall fare, including alcoholic and soft drinks, speciality coffees, mineral water, service charges and tips.
TTG Nordic