Norwegian Cruise Line has rolled out their Cruise Norwegian app to all 16 cruise ships in their fleet.
Norwegian Cruise Line’s app features a “pre-cruise” mode offering guests a comprehensive planning experience from booking onboard activities, dining reservations, shore excursions and entertainment prior to their cruise. They can also access their vacation itinerary and leveraging mobile check-in and e-documents for paperless boarding.
When used on board and connected to a cruise ship’s Wi-Fi network, the app offers guests a best-in-class connected experience, allowing them to continue making reservations, book last-minute excursions, view ship activities, send messages and make unlimited onboard calls for a one-time fee of $9.95 per person. Guests can also make outbound calls to nearly every country in the world starting at just $0.79 per minute.
Before disembarkation, guests using the app can track and review their onboard purchases as well as view helpful disembarkation information including immigration and Easy Walk-off details. Those excited for their next cruise vacation can view information about Norwegian’s Cruise Next program, and guests can review their Latitudes Rewards points and learn about onboard tier benefits.
Initially launched in October 2017 on Norwegian Sky, the Cruise Norwegian app was developed to transcend the stages of the travel experience, offering guests a stress-free way to manage their cruise. The app is currently available in English with additional language roll-outs to follow.
Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line, gave the following statement about the cruise line’s app rollout: “We want to do everything we can to make our guests’ vacations as enjoyable and relaxing as possible. Our Cruise Norwegian App, which is now available fleetwide, provides them with the freedom and flexibility to do just that.”
The Cruise Norwegian app is one component of Cruise Freedom, the company’s technology platform aimed at enhancing the guest experience from booking to disembarkation.