Norwegian Cruise Line is offering all inclusive cruises to the Bahamas on Norwegian Sky starting at the low price of only $58 per passenger, per night (based on double occupancy).
Norwegian Sky sails three and four night cruises to the Bahamas from Miami, Florida. The three night (Fri-Mon) weekend cruises stop in Nassau and the cruise line’s private island Great Stirrup Cay. The four night (Mon-Fri) cruises add a stop in Freeport, Bahamas. The four night cruises are as low as $229 per person (August 22, 2016 sailing). Prices vary by sailing.
Norwegian Sky is the first cruise ship (from the mainstream cruise lines) that offers an all inclusive unlimited beverage package. The change went into effect for all sailings embarking on or after January 4, 2016. Andy Stuart, the president and COO of Norwegian Cruise Line, said that this change takes Freestyle Cruising to a new level and offers an experience that is unmatched by other cruise lines.
The following is the terms and conditions that are found on NCL.com regarding the all inclusive cruises: Guests will receive complimentary beverages which include designated spirits, cocktails, bottled beer, draft beer, and wines by the glass and unlimited fountain soda and juices at all bars, lounges, restaurants and Great Stirrup Cay. Does not include room service, package sales, ship specific promotions or beer buckets, designated Super Premium brands (subject to change), bottled wine, mini bar purchases, bottled water, fresh squeezed juices, select Lavazza coffee beverages, energy drinks, vending machines, souvenir items or wine stations. One (1) beverage per person per transaction. Your check may reflect applicable VAT and/or taxes for certain ports or itineraries. You must be at least 21 years of age to purchase and consume alcohol.
Note: Prices were verified at the time of press.