Thursday, July 28, 2011

Norwegian Cruise Line Salutes U.S & Canadian Armed Forces With Enhanced Military Program

We’re always pleased to see members of the armed forces recognized for their service and are especially pleased that this offer includes our Canadian allies as well. Norwegian Cruise Line has launched an enhanced military program offering special rates to members of the U.S. and Canada armed forces that features exclusive rates on select Freestyle Cruising vacations. Cruises include the line’s newest and most innovative ship Norwegian Epic, along with the only U.S. flagged cruise ship, Pride of America. Current featured destinations include 7-day cruises in the Western Mediterranean, Eastern Caribbean, and Hawaii, along with Norwegian Epic’s 13-day transatlantic crossing from Barcelona to Miami on Oct 23, 2011. Active or retired members of the military can chose from numerous sailings in 2011 or 2012. In addition, new sailings will be added on a regular basis.

“Norwegian Cruise Line salutes our military personnel for their commitment, dedication and service,” said Kevin Sheehan, Norwegian’s chief executive officer. “We want to make sure that when they are ready for some rest and relaxation, we have special pricing available to show our appreciation and to ensure that they get to spend quality time with their families.”

The offer is valid for new reservations on a range of accommodations from inside staterooms to mini-suites, along with the solo-traveler friendly Studio staterooms on Norwegian Epic (although we hope our servicemen and women won’t be sailing alone). For more information about Norwegian Cruise Line, visit their website.

Image Courtesy of Norwegian Cruise Line

1 comment:

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U.S & Canadian Armed Forces deserve.These armed force are very dedicated to their works.By the way nice post. Thank you.....