Sailings from $170 per day with Norwegian Cruise Lines

Posted: 25 June 2018 12:51 pm
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Enjoy great deals on Australia, Europe and North American cruises plus bonus OBC.

Multi-award winning Norwegian Cruise Line has proven to be the up there with the best year after year and with its latest deal, you get to experience it all for yourself.

There are a slew of destinations on offer but the best deal we found is for the 12-night Australia and New Zealand Cruise from $2,049 with up to $280 onboard credit. Visit Auckland, Tauranga, Napier, Wellington, Akaroa and Dunedin before slowly cruising through the breathtaking fjords of the southwest. By the day that comes up to $170.75 per day.

Each cruise has a special deal on offer, from onboard credit to your choice of a free option and even a few bonuses to sweeten the deal.

On the 7-night Hawaii cruise, for example, you get to pick one free option from:

  • 1 Night Pre Hotel stay
  • Specialty Dining Package
  • Pre-Paid Service Charges
  • USD $50 per port Shore Excursion Credit
  • 3rd and 4th Guest Sail Free

Prices start from $2,739 twin share with stops in Kahului, Hilo, Kona, Nawiliwili and Honolulu.

Bonuses on offer include:

  • Expedited luggage delivery service
  • Discounted spa treatment
  • Branded electronic luggage tags
  • Dedicated check-in area

Here's a sample of what else you can find in the sale:

Scope out all the deals and get detailed itineraries and ship information at Flight Centre.

These prices are available until 31 August but if you’re quick you might be able to pair these cruises with Flight Centre’s EOFY sale.


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