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When you cruise with Norwegian, you’ll discover that there’s so much included in your fare, which makes holiday budgeting easier. And, of course, if you’d like to add on a few bespoke extras, go right ahead.


YOUR CRUISE FARE INCLUDES: • A new destination nearly every day


• En-suite accommodation with TV, safe, fridge* and hair dryer


• 24-hour dining#


• Still water, coffee, tea and iced tea during meals; during breakfast certain juices are also included (excluding bottled water)


• Room service+ • Pools & hot tubs • State-of-the-art oceanview gym • Daily LifeStyle workshops^ • Table tennis, chess, basketball, tennis & golf driving nets


• Professional childcare in our Youth & Teen Programmes during programme times▲


• Nightclub and casino entrance


• Entertainment on board, e.g. performances in the theatre, comedy shows, live bands etc. (unless part of a dining production show)


• Up to 22 different bars & lounges • All government fees and port taxes.


TRAVEL INSURANCE


Let’s face it – plans change, emergencies happen. And that’s why travel insurance is a must. We hope you never have to make a claim but, for peace of mind


when you’re away, travel insurance is essential. Under the terms of our booking conditions, everyone cruising with us is required to have purchased a Travel Insurance policy for their trip. It must cover Cancellation and Medical Emergency Expenses as a minimum and must be purchased within 14 days of full payment being taken for your cruise. No liability will be accepted by us if you are cruising without adequate Travel Insurance. For more information please visit www.ncl.co.uk/insurance.


YOU JUST NEED TO BUDGET FOR:


• Travel arrangements to the ship (see pages 100/101 for our Fly-Cruise packages)


• Drinks (see page 102 for available packages)


• Dining in our speciality restaurants which either have à la carte pricing or a cover charge# (see page 102 for available package)


• Service charge if not already pre-paid and tips (see page 107) • Shore excursions


• Beauty and body treatments in the spa, use of the spa facilities on most ships and some fitness classes


• Selected on-board entertainment facilities, e.g. Karaoke rooms and bowling alleys


• Setup and online time in the Internet Café and WiFi usage, telephone calls and faxes


• Photographs taken by our professional photographers • Laundry services • And other personal expenses.


Extras on board are in U.S. $. Plus don’t forget your travel insurance (see below).


YOUR JOURNEY TO THE SHIP


Book a Fly-Cruise and we’ll take care of everything: flights with a respected airline; a welcome on arrival at your destination by one of our representatives•; all


overseas transfers and a pre-cruise overnight hotel in the U.S. We’ll also guarantee your flight price and if your flight is delayed or cancelled, we’ll book an alternative flight at no extra charge.


If you prefer to take care of your own flight arrangements, you can book just the cruise with us, adding in round trip transfers between the airport and port or a pre- or post-cruise stay of up to three nights in one of our partner hotels in our embarkation and disembarkation ports<.


aged 3-12 at a nominal charge. • Where a pre-cruise hotel is part of your booking, in some destinations, only a hotel shuttle service is provided. <Charges apply.


Not all facilities are available on all ships – see pages 14/15. *Not available in Studios (category T1). #Speciality restaurants have à la carte pricing or a cover charge (currently between $15-$49 per person); an additional charge may also apply for special menu options. +Delivery charge applies midnight to 05:00. ^Selected workshops have a minimal charge. ▲


Outside regular programme times, our youth programme counsellors offer group supervision and activities for children


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