How about safety and security?

Norwegian Cruise Line adheres to the highest standard of shipbuilding in the world. All our ships meet the most current SOLAS specifications. Our ships also pass annual government safety and sanitation inspections. On the first day of your cruise, you will be asked to take part in an obligatory life boat drill, where you will learn what to do in case of an emergency. In such an event, you will be asked to go to your assigned lifeboat (detailed directions to the so-called 'assembly station' can be found on the back of your stateroom door). We recommend that you always set your stateroom TV to standby mode to obtain all necessary information through a special channel designated for emergencies. Guests who miss the obligatory life boat drill due to joining the ship late, should contact the Guest Services Desk on board.

All Norwegian Cruise Line ships are fully stabilised for the smoothest possible cruising.

What time is dinner?

What other services are available?

Where can I keep my valuables?

How can we celebrate a special occasion?

What about smoking on the ship?

Will I have access to the internet?

What about luggage storage and delivery?

How do I get ashore?

How to stay in touch?

Which language is spoken on board?

What happens on the last day of my cruise?

Do I need an electrical converter?

Why do I need to give consent for my child to use the Cruise Norwegian App?

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