SHORE EXCURSIONS

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    Whale Watching & Wildlife Quest

    Juneau, Alaska

    Duration 4 hrs

    This sightseeing cruise features guaranteed whale watching! Following a short motorcoach ride to scenic Auke Bay, you’ll board a water jet powered catamaran specially designed for wildlife viewing. Relax in the warm, comfortable, spacious main cabin, surrounded by large windows as your experienced Captain guides you through the island studded waters of Stephens Passage. Against a majestic backdrop of snow-capped peaks and glaciers, the onboard naturalist will explain the behavior and habitat of wildlife you may encounter, including humpback and killer whales, Steller sea lions, Dall’s porpoise, harbor seals, bald eagles, bears and deer.


    The operators of this tour guarantee that you'll see a whale. If not, you’ll receive a $100 cash refund as you disembark the vessel. Don’t anticipate a refund; in the past 10+ years, whales have been sighted on every tour! To fully enjoy the sights and sounds of a close encounter with wildlife, be sure to bring a warm, rainproof jacket to wear on the topside observation deck and don’t forget your camera! Day use binoculars and a souvenir wildlife guide and map are provided, along with complimentary snacks and beverages.

    Need to Know:

    Note: Guests who go ashore do so with the understanding that they will be mixing with members of the general public.
    • Adult from: 179,23 EUR
    • Child from: 122,33 EUR
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
    • Accessibility
    • Family Recommended
    • Snack
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    Whale Watching & Seafood Fest

    Icy Strait Point, Alaska

    Duration 3 1/2 hrs

    Cruise into waters teeming with humpback whales and other marine life, and then dine on traditional Alaskan dishes at a seafood feast. Point Adolphus has the highest concentration of humpback whales in the Alaskan panhandle, so be on the lookout for these majestic and intelligent creatures. They will be breaching the water’s surface, waving their flukes up and down as they dive, and feeding voraciously to fatten up for their winter migration south. You might also observe frolicking Dall’s porpoises, Stellar Sea Lions, curious Harbor Seals and Orca whales, which sometimes feed on infirm or wounded humpbacks. Be sure to look skyward for majestic bald eagles, too. Following the whale-watching adventure, you too will have the opportunity to feast. A sumptuous meal of classic Alaskan dishes awaits you back in Hoonah. The menu will include seasonal shrimp and crabs, Andouille sausage and all sorts of sides. Afterwards, you can roast marshmallows around the campfire.


    Need to Know:

    Note: The operator guarantees that a whale will be sighted on this excursion. If not, you will receive a refund for the whale watching portion only which they have never had to pay.


    All guests must be able to manage 2 steps in to the boat and 2 steps to get out of the boat, there will be some gravel and boardwalk surfaces to negotiate in some areas. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests. Weather appropriate clothing and waterproof outer wear, binoculars, sun cap, sunglasses; and flat comfortable non-slip shoes are recommended. Tour order may vary. Guests who go ashore do so with the understanding that they will be mixing with members of the general public.**For dates beginning in 2023 and beyond, an All Access Pass will be included with your tour.**


    • Adult from: 264,58 EUR
    • Child from: 188,72 EUR
    DURATION 3 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
    • Meal
    • Shopping
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    Romantic Escape - Single

    Bora Bora, French Polynesia

    Duration 2 Days/1 Night

    Known as the most romantic island in the world, Bora Bora is surrounded by an inspiring lagoon, resembling an artist’s palette of blues and greens. For most visitors to Bora Bora, it’s love at first sight!


    Lush, tropical mountain slopes and valleys blossom with hibiscus, and palm-covered islets circle the illuminated lagoon like a delicate necklace. Perfect white-sand beaches give way to emerald waters, where colorful fish animate the coral gardens. The ambiance couldn’t be more romantic, especially within luxury resorts such as the Hotel InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort.


    DAY ONE
    After disembarking the ship, you will transfer by bus to the Hotel InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort.


    Located on the famous Matira Point along the island’s most beautiful beach, the InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort is a friendly hotel adorned with a crystal-clear lagoon.


    The resort's overwater bungalows share a southeastern view of the outstretched lagoon and the nearby islands of Raiatea and Taha'a and each features a glass coffee table, providing your own private aquarium with access to the lagoon below as well as a private ladder into the lagoon.


    Prior to check in you may wish to have lunch at the Vini Vini Bar. Lunch is on your own. Check in is at 3:00pm and the remainder of the day is yours to enjoy as you please.


    Relax on the terrace of your overwater bungalow admiring the views of the surrounding lagoon and mountain peaks. Indulge in the services at the spa. Stroll the idyllic beach, pausing every so often in the shade of a swaying palm. Take an invigorating dip in the swimming pool. Or if you are feeling ambitious, enjoy water sports such as an outrigger canoe ride or snorkeling in the sea’s crystal-clear waters. Non-motorized water toys are included in the cost of the program. This is your time in paradise with no schedule to follow other than your own.


    In the evening, as the resort becomes illuminated with soft lighting, the atmosphere becomes even more romantic and memorable. The ambiance is ideal for dinner which is included at the resort. Afterwards, feel free to stroll about the resort before retiring in your thatched-roof bungalow that’s perched over the water.


    DAY TWO
    Wake up to another day in paradise. Enjoy breakfast in the resort restaurant and some time at leisure before checking out and being transferred by bus back to the ship’s tender pier.


    Land Program Step by Step:
    Please note: The order of sites visited may vary to avoid congestion. All program details and the timings indicated below are approximate, given here for general reference purposes and subject to change. Final itineraries with the most up to date details will be provided by the Shore Excursion Team once you board the ship. Please review your final itinerary carefully for any amendments.


    TRANSFER DETAILS (subject to change and dependent on ship’s arrival / departure times):


    Day 1
    • 1:00pm Pick up from the tender pier, transfer by bus
    • 3:00pm Official check-in time at the hotel


    Day 2
    • 11:00am Check out
    • 11:30am Return bus transfer from hotel to the tender pier


    Expected Weather:
    The climate on the Island of Bora Bora and the rest of the Society Islands is considered tropical and can be divided into two basic seasons: the wet season and the dry season.


    The wet season (November through April) is the Polynesian Summer and accounts for approximately three-quarters of the annual rainfall of French Polynesia. The humidity during this time can be quite heavy and muggy and cloud cover is common. Storms are frequent, brief and unpredictable. Temperatures generally range from 27 - 30 degrees C (80-86 degrees Fahrenheit), with the hottest months being February and March.


    By contrast, the dry season (May through October) is the Polynesian winter. Temperatures generally range from 24-28 degrees C (75-82 degrees Fahrenheit) and rain is rare.


    Temperature fluctuations from day to night are minimal.


    What to Bring:
    Personal effects for one night – don’t forget your swimsuit! Dress is casual however the trend is more elegant casual for dinner.


    Currency:
    Euro


    Accepted Credit Cards at the Resort:
    Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Diners Club, JCB


    Electricity:
    European plugs. 220 volts. We recommend bringing a universal travel adaptor for electric devices


    Documents and Visa Requirements:
    Please ensure that you bring your passport with you for the overnight program.


    Included:
    • Roundtrip bus transfers between Vaitape and Hotel InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort
    • 1-night - overwater bungalow at Hotel InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort
    • 3 course dinner (1 bottle of house red wine per couple)
    • American breakfast including juices, tea and coffee
    • Non-motorized watersports
    • Municipal tax


    Over Water Bungalow Facilities:
    Air Conditioning, Bathtub, Bathrobe, Daily Bottle of Mineral Water, Cable TV, Ceiling Fan, Instant Coffee/Tea Facilities, Movies (Channel or DVD), Hair Dryer, Iron, Minibar filled on request, Private Bathroom, In Room Safety Box, Shower, Outdoor smoking only, Telephone, Furnished Terrace, Turndown service


    Not Included:
    • Beverages
    • Lunch on either day
    • Mini-bar consumption in the rooms
    • Spa treatments
    • Motorized watersports
    • Personal laundry
    • Telecommunications
    • Any other items of a personal nature
    • Gratuities
    • Any other discounts or promos offered by NCL including but not limited to Latitude and Free at Sea discounts


    Please note: Land programs that encompass multiple days ashore customarily include extensive and prolonged activity, while those of shorter durations typically have more moderate activity levels. However, each program varies, and participants should be prepared to negotiate a mixture of surfaces which may include inclines, cobblestones, sand and gravel or natural paths. There may also be a need to climb steps or stairs on occasion. Guests who utilize a wheelchair and those with mobility concerns are advised to check with the cruise line in advance to see if any portion of the tour program may not be considered suitable for their individual situation. Weather appropriate clothing, hats, sunglasses, and flat, comfortable walking shoes are generally recommended. All land programs are capacity controlled and subject to availability. Programs falling under the minimum number of required participants are subject to cancellation. Pricing listed is also subject to change to meet unexpected cost increases for transportation, land arrangements or currency fluctuations. Not combinable with any other discounts or promos including but not limited to Latitude and Free at Sea discounts. Once purchased, pricing is guaranteed and not subject to change. Mid-cruise overland programs must be purchased no later than 60 days prior to your sail date. Cancellations made within 60 days or less prior to the sail date are subject to 100% cancellation penalty.

    Need to Know:

    One room is included in the per person single or double cost of this program and will be assigned for any bookings up to 2 guests regardless of cabin size on the ship. If additional bedding or rooms are required for this program, please contact Norwegian Cruise Line in advance of travel to request and price accordingly. Requests must be received at least 65 days before departure and confirmations will be based on availability at the time of request.
    • Adult from: 1.516,36 EUR
    • Child from: 1.516,36 EUR
    DURATION 2 Days/1 Night
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
    • Passport
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    Huahine 4WD Safari

    Huahine, French Polynesia

    Duration 3 1/2 hrs

    Experience the top sights of Huahine up-close as you tour the island by 4WD and take an outrigger to a pearl farm. This wide-ranging excursion brings you across the bridge that links Huahine’s two principal islands and up to a lookout for spectacular panoramic views over Maroe Bay and the islands’ gem-blue surrounding lagoon. You’ll stop in at a drying house filled with the heavenly scent of vanilla, the seed pods of a tropical orchid vine. In Faie, you’ll feed bizarre blue-eyed eels that live in the village stream, while a visit to Maeva plunges you into an Indiana Jones-grade archeological site. The ruins of dozens of ancient open-air stone “marae” temples here are sacred artifacts marking where island royalty once lived. Not far away, you’ll encounter ingenious 400-year-old stone fish traps still in active use. Circling Huahine Nui to view its colorful bays and lagoons, you’ll pass Lake Fauna Nui and visit Fare, the largest town. And, hopping into an outrigger, you’ll cross to Huahine Pearl Farm and Pottery to learn the secrets of the black pearl and browse their farm shop for peals and famous blue pottery made from a glaze found at the bottom of the lagoon.


    Need to Know:

    Walking on this tour is mainly at guests’ discretion during the stops; however, a high step must be managed to get in/out of the vehicle. Some bumpy off-road driving is involved, so this excursion is not available to wheelchair guests and not recommended for pregnant women, those who suffer from motion sickness or vertigo, or those with back, neck, joint, or mobility concerns. Maximum capacity of 4WD vehicles is 8 guests. The order of stops may change.

    • Adult from: 141,30 EUR
    • Child from: 141,30 EUR
    DURATION 3 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Whale Watching & Bear Search

    Icy Strait Point, Alaska

    Duration 5 1/2 hrs

    Venture into the pristine wilds to look for iconic Alaskan animals such as humpback whales and grizzly bears in their natural habitats. Your adventure will begin aboard a whale-watching boat accompanied by a naturalist that will describe the creatures that you may soon observe. The nutrient-rich waters here are teeming with humpback whales that come to feed each summer before heading south to their breeding grounds. What a sight to watch these behemoths, which grow to about 50 feet long, as they breach the water’s surface and then dive down to feed again. Chances are, you will also catch sight of porpoises, sea lions and seals. After disembarking, you will drive deep into the remote Spasski River Valley to a raised observation platform to look for grizzly bears. They take their name from the gray, grizzled tips of their fur. Bald eagles and Sitka black-tailed deer are also commonly spotted here.


    Need to Know:

    Note: Participants must be at least 8 years of age. We recommend you wear warm layered clothing and a waterproof jacket. Guests who go ashore do so with the understanding that they will be mixing with members of the general public.**For dates beginning in 2023 and beyond, an All Access Pass will be included with your tour.**
    • Adult from: 283,55 EUR
    • Child from: 188,72 EUR
    DURATION 5 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
    • Age
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    Summit Scenic Drive

    Skagway, Alaska

    Duration 1 1/2 hrs

    Travel along the incredibly photogenic Klondike Highway to the Canadian border, while pausing along the way to snap pictures of the gorgeous wilderness. The road pretty much follows the trail that prospectors carved out during the Gold Rush of 1898. The countryside is still largely undeveloped, except for a few bridges and the White Pass & Yukon Route Railway that parallels the road. Named for the first Euro-American settlers in the area, the Captain William Moore Bridge offers a particularly panoramic view of Alaska’s interior. Other roadside stops will be made to view natural attractions such as ancient glaciers and Pitchfork Falls, a lovely cascade that splits into branches that resemble the tines of a pitchfork. After pausing again at the highway sign that marks the Canadian border at White Pass summit, you will travel back down the Klondike Highway toward Skagway. Commentary will enhance your understanding of the attractions and the area’s history.


    HIGHLIGHTS
    • Travel a picturesque highway that follows a trail created during the Gold Rush of 1898. • Snap pictures while pausing at scenic lookouts with views of glaciers and waterfalls. • Stop at the summit of White Pass, which marks the U.S. and Canadian border. • Hear enlightening commentary that describes the area’s history and attractions.


    HELPFUL HINTS
    • Dress warmly in layered clothing. • Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.


    Need to Know:

    Note: Due to current border restrictions, US citizens must have a valid passport and green card if permanent residents. International guests must bring a valid passport and required US visa. This tour is primarily panoramic in nature with walking at the guest’s discretion during stops. It is not available to guests who utilize a wheelchair. Casual, weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable, flat walking shoes are suggested. The order of the sites visited or viewed may vary. Guests who go ashore do so with the understanding that they will be mixing with members of the general public.
    • Adult from: 46,47 EUR
    • Child from: 46,47 EUR
    DURATION 1 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Crater Hike & Hilo Waterfalls

    Hilo, Hawaii

    Duration 6 hrs

    See the island’s most spectacular natural wonders, starting with a hike to Kilauea Crater in Volcanoes National Park.


    The setting is so extraordinary that UNESCO deemed the park a World Biosphere site and a World Heritage site. To reach the crater, you will hike three miles roundtrip. The sights along the way will make it well worth the effort, as the volcano has been steadily erupting since 1983 and the surrounding countryside is dramatic. Afterward, you will pause for photos at magnificent Rainbow Falls, which is named for the rainbows that often form in the surrounding mist. Another photo opportunity awaits you at Liliuokalani Gardens, which pays tribute to the Japanese immigrants that worked in the sugarcane fields more than a century ago. Enjoy a local shopping stop where you can sample Hawaiian macadamia nuts before returning to the ship.

    HIGHLIGHTS

    • Hike through the dramatic countryside to a volcanic crater that continues to erupt.
    • Enjoy photo opportunities at Rainbow Falls and Liliuokalani Gardens.
    • Enjoy a local shopping stop and sample Hawaii macadamia nuts.


    HELPFUL HINTS

    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
    • Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.


    Need to Know:

    Note: Participants must be fully mobile and capable of walking unaided for more than three miles on moderately rough surfaces, hills, and uneven terrain. They must also be able to climb in and out of a mini bus unaided. Scooters, wheelchairs and walkers can’t be accommodated.
    • Adult from: 236,13 EUR
    • Child from: 217,17 EUR
    DURATION 6 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    Whale and Marine Mammals Cruise

    Icy Strait Point, Alaska

    Duration 2 1/2 hrs

    Watch humpback whales and other marine creatures cavorting in the nutrient-rich waters at Point Adolphus, one of Alaska’s premier observation points. During the cruise, a naturalist will describe the diversity of animals that converge here each summer. They come primarily to feed in the waters that are extraordinarily rich in halibut, salmon and plankton. Point Adolphus is noted for having the highest concentration of humpback whales in the Alaskan panhandle, so be on the lookout for these majestic and intelligent creatures. You can expect them to be breaching the water’s surface, waving their flukes up and down as they dive, and feeding voraciously to fatten up for their winter migration south. You might also observe frolicking Dall’s porpoises, Stellar sea lions, curious harbor seals and Orca whales. You may also see graceful bald eagles swooping down to grab fish in their talons, and perhaps even bears and deer in the surrounding wooded landscape.

    Need to Know:

    Guests who go ashore do so with the understanding that they will be mixing with members of the general public.**For dates beginning in 2023 and beyond, an All Access Pass will be included with your tour.**
    • Adult from: 188,72 EUR
    • Child from: 131,82 EUR
    DURATION 2 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
    • Family Recommended
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    Snorkel Safari

    Huahine, French Polynesia

    Duration 3 hrs

    Wave goodbye to the palms for a while as you explore the fascinating landscape Huahine has waiting for you under the water’s surface. Departing the pier by covered boat, you’ll head for Motu Vaiorea, a tiny reef-ringed islet tucked between Huahine’s two principal islands at the mouth of Bourayne Bay. En route, you can expect super views of both Huahine Nui and its smaller sister island, Huahine Iti. Once anchored just offshore of Motu Vaiorea, you’ll receive your safety briefing, get your supplied snorkeling gear on and adjusted, then hop into the lagoon for about an hour of delightful undersea sightseeing as you swim and explore. The crystalline water sparkles, and the marine inhabitants below, going about their day-to-day life in paradise, can reflect just about every color known in the tropical universe.

    Need to Know:

    This tour is recommended for guests who are good swimmers, in good physical condition and able negotiate a ladder to get in and out of the boat from the water. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. You should be used to wearing the mask and snorkel provided, comfortable swimming in deep water and able to cope with occasional currents. The snorkeling location selected varies, based on sea conditions and visibility. Guests are cautioned not to touch or step on any coral for both safety and environmental reasons. Those participating in water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.

    • Adult from: 112,85 EUR
    • Child from: 112,85 EUR
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Authentic Taste of Maui

    Kahului, Maui

    Duration 6 hrs

    Savor authentic Hawaiian dishes and beverages at several establishments in the historical district of Wailuku, which nestles at the foot of the West Maui Mountains.


    After departing from the pier, you will soon arrive in the heart of historical Wailuku, where you will stop in a variety of unpretentious restaurants and locales to sample pure Hawaiian specialties. Some of the dishes will reflect the town’s Asian and Pacific Islander ethnicities.


    While the exact offerings will vary, you can expect to taste breakfast staples such as banana pancakes and hot malasadas, a fried-dough treat that Portuguese sugarcane workers introduced to Hawaii in the late 19th century.


    Loco moco is another classic, and the Tasty Crust has been serving it for more than 40 years in Wailuku. The dish is a savory combination of rice, hamburger patty and brown gravy, topped with a fried egg or two.


    In all likelihood, you will also sample delectable sashimi, a variety of poke bowls and seasoned saimin noodles. Another favorite is Spam musubi, a handheld with a slice of Spam wedged between two blocks of rice and wrapped in nori, a Japanese seaweed.


    You will also sample several beers at the Maui Brewing Company, Hawaii’s largest craft brewery. Selections range from a citrus-flavored India Pale Ale known as Big Swell to Coconut Hiwa Porter, a robust dark ale with hints of mocha.


    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes limited walking, mainly at the guest's discretion during the stops. The tour is available to guests who utilize a wheelchair who are able to make their way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Casual clothing and comfortable, flat walking shoes are suggested. Restrooms are available at both stops. The order of the sites visited may vary.
    • Adult from: 264,58 EUR
    • Child from: 236,13 EUR
    DURATION 6 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
    • Meal
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    Iao Valley, Botanical Garden & Lavender Farm

    Kahului, Maui

    Duration 6 hrs

    View a watershed battle site in a verdant valley as a prelude to strolling through a botanical garden and seeing how locally grown lavender is infused into a plethora of products. Iao Valley State Park now covers a mountainous area where King Kamehameha I won the Battle of Kepaniwai in 1790 and united the Hawaiian Islands. The volcanic pinnacle known as the Iao Needle soars above the rainforest there. Similarly, the massive shield volcano Haleakala provides a gorgeous setting for the Kula Botanical Garden. As you meander its garden paths, you may pass koi ponds, walk through a covered bridge and enjoy the soothing sounds of waterfalls. A flourishing lavender farm nearby offers an equally tranquil experience. While exploring on your own, you can take in the sweeping views of Maui’s central valley and see how lavender is grown and used in products such as soaps, essential oils, jelly and candles.


    HIGHLIGHTS

    • See the site of the 1790 battle that led to the unification of the Hawaiian Islands.
    • Stroll the winding paths at the Kula Botanical Garden.
    • Explore a lavender farm and marvel at the array of products made with the flowering plant.


    HELPFUL HINTS

    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
    • Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.


    Need to Know:

    Note: Wear walking shoes and a light jacket. No wheelchairs of any kind allowed. Guests must be able to navigate uneven sidewalks, stairs, some grassy and/or gravel areas.
    • Adult from: 264,58 EUR
    • Child from: 236,13 EUR
    DURATION 6 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
    • Meal
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    Scenic Taste of Hawaii

    Kona, Hawaii

    Duration 6 3/4 hrs

    Indulge in generous samplings of Hawaii’s most iconic products on a culinary adventure that will begin at the Mountain Thunder coffee plantation. After one sip of full-bodied coffee from beans grown and roasted there, you will understand why Kona coffee is so desirable. Browsing the wide array of merchandise offered at Waimea Midweek Farmers Market will provide an even deeper appreciation of Hawaii’s fertile volcanic soil. Every imaginable local product from purple sweet potatoes to chocolate butters to cold-pressed juices is available, and many of them will be offered to sample. Similarly, at the Hamakua Macadamia Nut Company, you will have the opportunity to taste Hawaii’s signature macadamia nuts on their own or folded into biscotti and cookies. Experience 2 unique style of brewing both craft beers at the famous Kona Brewing company for a full tour and tasting along with a stop at the popular Ola Brewery for a delicious tasting.


    Need to Know:

    Note: This tour includes approximately 3 hours of walking and/or standing. It is available to guests who utilize a collapsible wheelchair, can make their way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Casual, weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable, flat walking shoes are suggested.
    • Adult from: 217,17 EUR
    • Child from: 198,20 EUR
    DURATION 6 3/4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
    • Meal

Please note: The information in this document was current at time of printing. Tour descriptions and prices vary by ship and sailing date and are subject to change without notice. Log into My NCL for the applicable information specific to your cruise.

Printed on Sunday, May 22, 2022 at 01:26pm