Extra group points front Norwegian Cruise Line

September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/11/2009, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports that Norwegian Cruise Line Corp. Ltd. (NCL) is providing group points to travel agents who fill eight or more cabins on selected cruises in Norway from May 2010-May 2011. The program will be available for every allocation booked on top of the standard group points allowance. Benefits include a restaurant dinner, spa treatments and bottles of champagne. They will also receive discounted rates off the brochure fare, and one free berth for every eight cabins sold.


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