Catch NCL’s ‘Freestyle Dash’ while it lasts

Norwegian Cruise Line has launched its “Freestyle Dash” limited time offer, Tuesday, March 15, 2011, with big savings on Norwegian’s cruise vacations to Alaska; Bahamas & Florida; Bermuda; Caribbean; Europe; and Hawai’i.  Guests who book by March 18 will receive up to $250 to spend on board for exciting shore excursions; treatments in Norwegian’s award-winning spas; or dinners in any of Norwegian’s Freestyle Dining restaurants (based on cruise length and category); reduced cruise deposits at time of booking, plus free upgrades fleet-wide.

The “Freestyle Dash” limited time offer, is combinable with Norwegian’s popular “Free Upgrades For All” Wave Season promotion ( – extended through March 31, providing guests up to a four-category upgrade and e-coupons in on-board savings worth more than $400.  With so many ways to save, guests can enjoy scenic views from a private balcony for the price of an oceanview stateroom on select sailings; or on the line’s newest and most innovative ship, Norwegian Epic, enjoy a spacious mini-suite for the price of a balcony stateroom.

To catch the “Freestyle Dash” limited time offer, contact a travel professional, call Norwegian at 866-NCL-CRUISE (625-2784), or visit

About Cynthia Boal Janssens

Cynthia Boal Janssens is the editor and chief blogger for She is a former national president of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW). She has sailed on over 40 cruises all over the world.

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