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Norwegian Cruise Line

Set sail on an unforgettable journey with Norwegian Cruise Lines. From Caribbean retreats to glacial adventures, there's an itinerary to meet every budget and desire.

Norwegian Cruise Line traces its history all the way back to 1966, when one ship was launched in Norway. This was a joint venture between Ted Arison of Carnival Cruise Line and Knut Kloster of Oslo-based Klosters Rederi A/S, one of Norway's oldest and most esteemed shipping companies. The original name under which the cruise line was created was Norwegian Caribbean Line.

Today Norwegian is known for its relaxed "freestyle" cruising style, Norwegian Cruise Lines offers one of the largest selections of dining and entertainment venues per ship. With their Free At Sea offer, every cruise fare includes a choice of free amenities like Wi-Fi, specialty dining, drinks and excursions. Whether you choose the opulent ship-within-a-ship Enjoy a laid-back experience with the freedom to do as much or as little as you'd like — that's what Norwegian is all about!


Clients of LuxRally Travel enjoy all of these benefits at no additional cost. 

Additional Onboard Credit*

Access to Exclusive Rates*

A dedicated Forbes Five-Star concierge on all Haven Bookings

Expert Advice to Quickly Match You to the Perfect Ship

Assistance with Dining and Spa Reservations

A Dedicated Travel Advisor Who is Always Available via Your Preferred Communication Method

You'll Never Need to Call the Cruise Line, Your Travel Advisor Will Handle all Communication, Meaning You Will Never Wait on Hold

*On Select Sailings*

A Guide to the Norwegian Breakaway: Suites, Dining, Entertainment, and Itinerary Options

Discover the World Aboard the Norwegian Jade

Discover the Excitement of Sailing with Norwegian Viva: A Guide to the Newest Addition to the Fleet

Discovering the Norwegian Escape: A Cruise Experience Like No Other

Discover the Ultimate Cruise Experience: A Guide to the Norwegian Prima

Discovering the Norwegian Getaway: Suites, Dining, Entertainment, and Itinerary Options

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