Norwegian Cruise Line launches 'kids go free' promotion

Norwegian Cruise Line launches 'kids go free' promotion

Norwegian Cruise Line is offering children and teenagers the chance to cruise for free.

The 'Kids Cruise for Free' promotion, which is running between today and next Tuesday, is available on selected winter Canary Islands and Mediterranean sailings for this year.

The promotion allows children aged up to 17, who are staying in a stateroom with two full-paying adults, to cruise for free.

Itineraries included in the promotion are the nine-night Canary Island and Morocco sailing from Barcelona on Norwegian Spirit on November 13, November 22, December 1 and December 10; the same cruise starting from Malaga departing on November 20, November 29 and December 8; and the ten-night Eastern Mediterranean cruise from Rome departing on November 6, November 27, and December 18.

Nick Wilkinson, director business development UK, said: “With so many family-friendly facilities on board, this promotion is a fantastic opportunity for families to plan a last-minute holiday before Christmas.

"Norwegian Cruise Line is committed to helping our travel partners to sell cruise holidays, especially in the run up to Christmas, and this promotion is a great chance for families looking to save money and agents looking to sell more cruises.”

The offer is only applicable to bookings made through Norwegian's London office.

For more information on the Kids Cruise For Free campaign, visit the Norwegian Cruise Line Travel Partner website


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