Norwegian Cruise Line is introducing “premium all-inclusive” pricing in the UK market.
The company will introduce the new all-inclusive pricing from April 6, which will include premium alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks as well as all service charges and tips, plus some other inclusions, within the upfront price.
Christian Boell, managing director Europe, Middle East and Africa (MEA), said: “The introduction of premium all inclusive takes our carefree, relaxed cruising style to a whole new level.
“A considerable number of what were once considered ‘extras’ are now taken care of including a large choice of premium drinks as well as service charges and gratuities.”
NCL has already launched the premium all-inclusive pricing in other European markets and it will be available for UK guests across all of the line’s 14 ships.
"I’m confident that our UK guests are going to love premium all-inclusive too," added Boell.
Nick Wilkinson, senior director and general manager Northern Europe and MEA, said: “We know that our travel partners have seen an increase in enquiries for all-inclusive holidays, and our new pricing will continue to keep a cruise holiday with Norwegian in the equation.”
The company is also offering savings of up to £200 per stateroom for bookings made between April 6 and 30 – these range from £50 for guests booking a studio to £200 for those staying in balcony staterooms and suites.