At the Norwegian Cruise Line a new ship in the Breakaway Plus class and the Norwegian Bliss are setting sail for the world’s oceans.
The cruise market continues to boom. The Norwegian Cruise Line is responding to demand and in April 2018 will welcome the sixteenth liner to its fleet. Passengers on this latest ship in the Breakaway Plus class can look forward to the biggest go-kart circuit at sea and an open-air arena for playing the action-packed strategy game ’Lasertag’. Norwegian Bliss is another new ship and has been specially built for Alaskan destinations. Among other things it features two observation lounges where passengers can view the impressive landscape and wildlife of the northernmost US state. At ITB Berlin visitors can also find out more about the Norwegian Encore. The fourth and final ship in the Breakaway Plus class is due to be delivered in October 2019.
The international cruise line operates a total of five ships in Europe. The Norwegian Getaway cruises from Copenhagen to capitals on the Baltic and the Norwegian Spirit is heading for Southampton, its new home base. In addition, the Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Star and Norwegian Jade sail popular routes in the Mediterranean and the Adriatic.
Since 2015 a Premium All Inclusive package offers numerous services for the German-speaking market as well as 60 minutes of internet per person. Passengers on selected cruises taking more than nine days can enjoy additional services with the Premium All Inclusive Plus package. Furthermore, with the Just Cruise package flexible and price-conscious customers can book a cabin and enjoy a cruise in their chosen category.
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