Pleasant Holidays Announces Partnership with Norwegian Cruise Line
On Wednesday, Pleasant Holidays announced that the tour operator company has added Norwegian Cruise Line itineraries for Alaska, Europe and the Caribbean.
According to Pleasant Holidays, the company is celebrating the launch of the partnership with Norwegian Cruise Line by offering exclusive onboard credit of up to $500 for 2016 and 2017 sailing on bookings made by March 31.
On qualifying purchases, travelers will be eligible to receive a $500 per stateroom onboard credit for Alaska and Europe itineraries, and a $250 per stateroom onboard credit for cruises in the Caribbean. Bookings must include a minimum seven-night cruise itinerary with accommodations in an ocean view or higher category stateroom to qualify for the exclusive onboard credit.
The onboard credit can be used for food and drinks on the Norwegian Cruise Line ships, shore excursions, spa treatments and more. Pleasant Holidays President and CEO Jack E. Richards released a statement about the new itineraries:
“Agents will find booking complete NCL cruise vacations easy and efficient with Pleasant Holidays’ dedicated cruise desk. We offer everything needed — flights on all major airlines from cities nationwide, pre- and post-cruise hotel stays, onboard accommodations, informative excursions and tours, travel protection coverage, port transfers for select destinations and more — in one convenient location that offers competitive commissions for travel agents.”
The itineraries for the Pleasant Holidays and Norwegian Cruise Line vacations include:
• Europe - three to 22 nights trips, with a wide selection of popular seven-night cruises.
• Alaska - seven-night round-trip Sawyer Glacier itineraries from Seattle.
• The Caribbean - five ships sailing from five embarkation ports providing seven-night cruises, including visits to Eastern and Western Caribbean islands.
For more information on Pleasant Holidays and its new partnership with Norwegian Cruise Line, check out the company’s official website.
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