Norwegian Cruise Line Offers Free Tours For Kids On All 2012 Sailings

Looking to book a cruise? Norwegian Cruise Line recently announced a new incentive for families looking to sail with them by offering free tours for kids 12 years of age on younger on any cruise sailing in 2012. This includes any cruise of any length to any destination on any itinerary. If your child is 13-17 years of age, they get all tours for 50% off the adult rate.

The catch? All tours have to be booked pre-cruise through NCL’s website and each one of these tours, regardless of the age of the child must be accompanied by an adult guardian. Although the offer is good for all 2012 cruises, they must be booked by May 13, 2012.

This is really a great deal as tours can cost a pretty penny! When sailing to more exotic locations, tours can run you as much as $400 to $500 per person and when you bring your kids along, the cost can certainly add up. As this offer includes all destinations, the possibilities are endless and savings could be in the thousands.

Fine Print:

Shore excursion must be pre-booked with all participants prior to departure through Norwegian’s website at www.ncl.com or through the line’s call centers. The applicable promotion code KIDSHORX will be automatically added to the reservation if booked within the booking window.

Shore excursion reservations are accepted on a first come, first served basis and are subject to availability. Cancellation fees for cruise, air, land and other charges will follow Norwegian’s schedule listed in the brochure and website, which includes different schedules for Suites and Villas.

Offers are based on availability, are capacity controlled, and combining with other offers is subject to change or cancellation at any time per Norwegian Cruise Line’s discretion.