Pay more to eat like a Norwegian

//Pay more to eat like a Norwegian

Norwegian Cruise Line is increasing the cost of its Ultimate Dining Packages, popular among passengers who want to sample several speciality restaurants during a cruise on its ships Epic, Breakaway and Getaway.
Introduced in January, the package was priced at $59 for a cruise of up to six days, and amounted to a substantial saving on the individual restaurant cover charges – especially if the passenger chose to eat each evening in the $30 Cagney’s steakhouse.
The cost has now gone up to $74 for a four-night cruise, and by further daily increments of $15-$20. A seven-night package now costs $119, and for a 14-night cruise the fee rises to $224.
The Ocean Blue restaurants on Breakaway and Getaway, with menus by chef Geoffrey Zakarian, are excluded from the package, as are a la carte venues such as the noodle bar. However, passengers who have paid for the package will receive a 20 per cent discount in these restaurants.
The deal will also now include the Spiegel Tent on Epic and Breakaway and the Illusionarium on Getaway – but only for the dinner and show on the first night of a cruise.

By | 2014-04-19T07:43:42+00:00 19 April 2014|Cruise Food & Drink|1 Comment

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John Honeywell is a travel writer specialising in cruise ships and cruise travel. Winner of CLIA UK's Contribution to Cruise award 2017.

One Comment

  1. Lee 19 April 2014 at 3:27 pm - Reply

    Sorry, you are wrong.
    The prices have not gone up.
    Instead they have moved to a daily figure, which is fairer to all.
    Many cruises are actually cheaper.

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