Norwegian Cruise Line proudly introduces Freestyle Cruising- the best idea in vacations since NCL pioneered the first Caribbean cruise! Imagine sailing on a world-class resort without boundaries. There's no need to hurry to breakfast or lunch. And you can spend the entire trip tie-free, unless you just want to wear one. With Freestyle Cruising, you can dine where you want, when you want, and with whomever you want. Choose from gourmet or ethnic cuisine, from a chocolate buffet or a White House presidential menu. Challenge your mind and body with classes ranging from health and wellness to financial planning and computer arts. With NCL's Freestyle Cruising, the sky's the limit.
First-time cruisers, active travelers of all ages who want an all-around fun vacation. Joiners. Repeaters and middle-income travelers who like entertainment and recreational variety of a large ship - but not as large as a megaliner. Those whose special interest relate to sports and music, particularly jazz and country. Those who vacation with their children.
Cruise Line Highlights
Las Vegas-style casino
On-shore watersports programs
Paddleball/ basketball/ volleyball court
Pizzeria and ice cream bar
Sports and music theme cruises
Variety of children's menus
Wide variety of dining options
24-hour room service
Each adult is automatically billed a daily service charge to support a salary and incentive program for the service staff. The service charges are as follows:
$13.50 per person per day for guests staying in Studio, Inside, Oceanview, Balcony or Mini-Suite Categories.
$15.50 per person per day for guests staying in Suite and The Haven Categories.
There is no charge for children under 3.
Tipping above and beyond the service charge is not necessary or expected.
Extra Charges: A 15 percent gratuity is added to bar bills and 18 percent gratuity is added to added to spa services. NCL suggests that passengers who use concierge or butler service provide a gratuity "commensurate with the services rendered".
All policies are subject to change at the discretion of the cruise line. (9-17-15)
In accordance with the exciting “freestyle” cruising experience that NCL is famous for, passengers can ultimately wear whatever they want, whenever they please. This “resort casual” mentality is standard.
Note: Dress Codes are subject to change. Updated June 21, 2010