12 Days Of Holiday Savings Give Cruise Deals On Norwegian Cruise Line

12 Days of Holiday Savings limited time promotion is offering guests of Norwegian Cruise Line Incredible cruise deals. Today through December 9, 2012, guests are encouraged to visit www.ncl.com daily to view each unique and exciting offer.

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There is truly no better gift than the gift of cruising and every day, throughout the 12 day promotion, select ships and sail dates will be featured, offering limited time specials on cruises to popular destinations around the world such as Alaska, Bahamas & Florida; Bermuda; the Caribbean; Europe; and Hawai’i.

Guests sailing on board any Norwegian ship over the holidays can relax and unwind while enjoying the festive atmosphere*. During the holidays, Norwegian ships spread the holiday spirit with festive decorations, themed menu items and special activities.

For those setting sail during Hanukkah and Christmas, the ships will be decorated with holiday decorations such as a menorah, which will be lit each evening, poinsettias and twinkling lights. A rabbi will be on board and a priest or minister will be available to conduct services on Christmas Eve. Delectable menu items such as honey-glazed Black Forest ham with sweet potato mash, pumpkin soufflé and a pear and chestnut torte may also be available in select restaurants on board.

A Norwegian ship is also the best place to ring in the New Year. As the clock prepares to strike midnight the captain will conduct the countdown to 2013 live from the bridge. Celebrations will take place throughout the ship and guests on board will receive a variety of festive items such as party hats, noisemakers, streamers and a glass of champagne or featured specialty cocktail to toast to the New Year.

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