Booking next cruise while in the midst of current cruise

Hi all. Wondering how NCL works with booking next cruise while still on current cruise. I learned from another post that there is a $250 deposit, some kind of perk, and early booking deals. What I'm wondering is...is there a travel person to book flights, pre-cruise hotel accomodtions, transportation, etc., like a normal travel agency would do for you? OR is the cruise booking just that..."booking the cruise only"? Will we be left to figure out the rest on our own? From North Dakota, so the more details that can be worked out for us, the better. Thank you in advance!

Tags: Norwegian Cruise Line

5 Answers

Head over to the future cruise desk.   I think all they do is book the cruise, at that time,  since airfares may not be available.  You can then transfer the booking to a TA, or leave it with NCL.  If you want them to handle air and hotels, they can do it.

 

You can also buy a future cruise voucher which is good for 4 years.

Thank you for the info.  I guess we will double check with our TA before we leave just to make sure.  Thanks again!!

If nothing else, but the voucher. $250 gets you $100 obc on your current cruise.

 

I think you can buy up to 4.   You’ll get the obc for each one immediately.  However, you can only use 1 per cabin when you book later.  But they are good for 4 years.

This is not a bad deal, and you can transfer them(or at least you used to be able to).

The voucher is a great deal. We have frequently bought one. And they can be used for your next cruise regardless of how it is booked.

Reply

*Cruiseline.com is not a booking agent or travel agency, and does not charge any service fees to users of our site. Our partners (travel agencies and cruise lines) provide prices, which we list for our users' convenience. Cruiseline.com does not guarantee any specific rates or prices. While prices are updated daily, please check with the booking site for the exact amount. Cruiseline.com is not responsible for content on external web sites.

Back to Top