Friday, June 20, 2008

Norwegian Cruise Line Sails on a Sea of Dreams

After a brief peek at the Ice Bar on NCL's F3 ships, we promised more details about the nightlife under construction and we have it for you on Five distinctive places to party are the heartbeat of NCL's entertainment options and they are like nothing you've ever imagined at sea... like the aerial acrobatics demonstrated at left.

Just like in Las Vegas this week, where we partied like Paris (Hilton, that is) at PURE nightclub, passengers on NCL's F3 ships will be able to purchase a Beyond the Velvet Rope package to gain access to the exclusive clubs on board. Like Freestyle Dining, think of this as Freestyle Nightlife. The cover charges are for "crowd control"—and if you've ever seen clubs like PURE or TAO in Vegas, you know what we mean. Don't want to pay to party? You don't have to. There will be no charge for entry to Bliss Ultra Lounge or Spice H2O.

World, hold on—there's even more coming as NCL’s F3 ships incorporate a universe of new features. The F3 ships represent NCL's third generation of Freestyle Cruising ships—a further evolution of the cruise line's progressive dismantling of the structure, regimentation, and constraints of the traditional cruise experience. The 150,000-ton ships will each total 4,200 passenger berths, representing the largest ships in NCL’s fleet.

Join us for the beach party, acrobatics, and more as Norwegian Cruise Line Sails on a Sea of Dreams.

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