Norwegian Cruise Lines has a special sort of appeal. A favourite for multi-generational trips, with something for mum, dad, grandma and grandad, the kids and even that awkward auntie with a tendency to never be quite satisfied, the family cruise line has it all covered. Norwegian Cruise Line’s 20 ships are all about something for everyone, whether that’s Rock of Ages and steak at Cagney’s or 24/7 pizza, laser tag, waterslides and rollercoasters. Boring isn’t a word you’ll hear around these parts, that much is for certain.
Realising that we go on holiday to cast off the constraints of time for a week or two, Norwegian Cruise Line revolutionised the cruise experience with more freedom and flexibility. You’ll find no timetables or time limits, just an NCL ‘Free at Sea’ approach that lets you customise your cruise holiday to include things like an open bar or speciality dining when you like and in some seriously good spots; we’re talking authentic Texan BBQ, Brazilian meat feasts, fine French cuisine and Italian classics, Japanese teppanyaki and a whole lot more. Come hungry!
The onboard experience is everything to write home about, but Norwegian Cruise Line do their destinations with equal vigour. They’re famed for cruises to Asia and are the youngest fleet of ships serving cruises to Alaska.
An NCL cruise can sail you to the sun in the Caribbean or Greek Isles, cross oceans on a Transatlantic sailing, or take the world’s greatest shortcut along the Panama Canal, to mention but a few of their extraordinary voyages.