Norwegian Cruise Line upgrades Premium All Inclusive with free Wi-Fi

Norwegian Cruise Line is upholding its position as a leading innovator in the cruise industry and is including free Wi-Fi in its Premium All Inclusive offer. Guests of the international cruise line now benefit from 60 minutes of free Internet per person in addition to all of the other benefits covered by their cruise fare.

Premium All Inclusive was introduced in December 2015 in the German-speaking market and, following great demand from customers and business partners, implemented across all European markets in April 2017.

“Many shipping companies only offer Suite guests a free Internet package. However, we are taking our Premium All Inclusive concept a step further and now offer all our customers free Wi-Fi access. That way, they can keep in touch and share their holiday impressions with friends and family any time.” – Christian Böll, Managing Director Europe of Norwegian Cruise Line

As well as 60 minutes of free Internet per person, guests enjoy a wide selection of spirits, cask and bottled beers, wines by the glass, various cocktails (up to U.S. $15 each) and soft drinks in all bars, lounges and restaurants, plus speciality coffees in restaurants. Crew tips and gratuities for inclusive services are also covered, and a bottle of water per person per day is provided in staterooms.

In addition to the Premium All Inclusive, guests booked in suites and in The Haven, Norwegian’s exclusive ship-within-a-ship, receive 250 minutes of free Wi-Fi, gourmet dining in the specialty restaurants and a $100 onboard credit.

In comparison, guests booking Premium All Inclusive Plus receive (per stateroom) a 120-minute phone package, a 250-minute internet package, $50 shore excursion credit per port of call and up to €80 hotel credit.

Alternatively guests can also opt for the “Just Cruise” rate which includes a guarantee stateroom in the desired category as well as prepaid service charges.


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