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Norwegian Jewel six month countdown celebrated with onboard credit offer

Wednesday 17th May 2017

Norwegian Cruise Line, one of the world’s leading cruise lines known for offering guests the freedom and flexibility to create their ideal holiday, with no fixed dining times, expansive dining options, and incredible entertainment, will begin its inaugural Australian season from Sydney in just under six months. Norwegian Jewel will be sailing into Sydney Harbour this November, and to celebrate this milestone Norwegian Cruise Line is offering up to US$500 in on board credit on Australia and New Zealand sailings, when booked before 25 May 2017. Guests will also receive Norwegian’s Free at Sea, where they can choose up to five free offers, including a beverage or dining package, plus reduced deposits.

During her November 2017 to March 2018 season, Norwegian Jewel will undertake 15 incredible sailings around the South Pacific, New Zealand and Australia, visiting iconic Australian ports from Tasmania to Darwin, before making her way to Singapore.

“As the time draws near, excitement is building for Norwegian Jewel’s highly anticipated Australian season, and we can’t wait for local cruise fans to experience our unique style of cruising – which allows passengers the freedom and flexibility to experience cruising their way – all with a laidback, resort-style ambience,” said Steve Odell, managing director for Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Australia. “The range of accommodation, dining, activities and entertainment aboard Norwegian Jewel is truly exceptional and we’re expecting strong demand from new and experienced local cruisers who have been waiting for the opportunity to enjoy a Norwegian cruise in local waters.”

Norwegian Jewel’s local season will feature seven Sydney round-trip itineraries, including a five-day ‘Taste of Tasmania’ cruise departing 12 November, which is an ideal option for first-time and experienced cruisers looking for shorter itineraries.

Other highlights include a nine-day voyage taking in regional gems such as Eden, Kangaroo Island and Tasmania’s Burnie, departing 14 December 2017, and a series of ten to 16-day Australia & New Zealand itineraries departing between November 2017 and February 2018. These itineraries will take in fabulous destinations such as the striking Milford Sound and the spectacular Bay of Islands.

Norwegian Jewel: what’s on board?
Refurbished in 2014 to exacting standards, Norwegian Jewel can host up to 2376 guests, enjoying personalised attention from 1069 professional crew.

Activities for all ages include seven specialty dining venues, nine complimentary restaurants, cafes, a specialty coffee bar and bake shop, and 15 bars and lounges including champagne, cabaret, sake, mojito, whiskey and cabaret, as well as a poolside bar for afternoon cocktails at sea.

From cirque and magic shows to parties and comedy performances, as well as Australia’s own award-winning dance production Burn the Floor, guests aboard will be treated to Norwegian Jewel’s acclaimed, expansive repertoire of entertainment at sea.

Guests keen on exploring the raft of dining options on board, including Brazilian steakhouse Moderno, sizzling specials at Teppanyaki Room, authentic American fare at Cagney’s Steakhouse, Tuscan country flavours at La Cucina and sushi and sake at Chin Chin Asian, will enjoy the very best in local and regional cuisine – from steak and seafood to fine wines, fresh produce and perfect pastries.

An outdoor court will get the heart pumping with a range of activities including basketball, dodgeball, tennis and volleyball, while kids won’t want to leave the Sapphire pools and kids’ clubs. Gym fans can choose from classes ranging from Zumba to yoga, while those keen to dial down the pace may want to book in to be pampered at the Mandara Spa and Spa Thermal Suite, home to myriad treatments designed to relax and rejuvenate weary travellers.

Accommodation options aboard Norwegian Jewel range from cost-effective inside staterooms through to three-bedroom garden villas enjoying superb views and private outdoor areas. Interconnecting rooms and multiple-bedroom suites are also available for families. With spacious inside staterooms starting from $918 per person for a five-day Taste of Tasmanian, balcony staterooms from $1297 per person and suites from $2206 per person, there is still time to book a vacation and be part of the first local season aboard one of the biggest and best names in international cruising.

For an unforgettably indulgent experience, Norwegian Jewel’s ultra-exclusive ‘The Haven’ is home to the line’s most well-appointed suites and villas, spas, pools and deck areas, as well as dedicated concierge services.

For bookings and enquiries, call Norwegian’s local hotline, Australia: 1300 255 200, New Zealand: 0800 969 283, email: resoffice@ncl.com or visit www.ncl.com.au.

SOURCE: Norwegian Cruise Line

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