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Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), the innovator in global cruise travel with a 57-year history of breaking boundaries, is encouraging agents to uncover the treasures of the Americas for their clients and earn double dollars on any new Americas bookings during the months of July and August.

NCL has an extensive offering of alluring itineraries across the region, including the highly sought after destinations of tropical Hawai’i and awe-inspiring Alaska, in addition to Canada and New England, Mexico and South America. So, whether your clients fancy snorkelling with turtles, touring icy seascapes or visiting picturesque coastal villages, there’s an immersive itinerary to take it all in. Plus, with complimentary dining venues and an extensive range of activities and entertainment included in their fare, cruising provides incredible value and a stress-free way to explore multiple destinations in the Americas.

Tropical Island Adventure in Heavenly Hawai’i

NCL is the only major cruise line that visits four unique Hawaiian Islands in seven days and offers year-round cruises on board Pride of America. Not only is island-hopping made easy on NCL’s award-winning 7-day Inter-Island roundtrip itinerary which departs Honolulu every Saturday, but cruising provides exceptional value and a no-fuss way to explore the islands whilst unpacking only once.

This itinerary allows guests to explore O’ahu, Maui, Hawai’i (the Big Island), and Kaua’i, with overnights in Maui and Kaua’i and no sea days, equating to nearly 100 hours on shore so guests can truly take in the lush scenery, pristine beaches, and rich cultural heritage.

There are more than 70 shore excursions to choose from, such as world-class snorkelling in Kahului, a jungle falls bike adventure in Hilo or a lively Lūʻau cultural experience in Nawiliwili.

Recognised by Porthole Cruise and Travel Magazine as the winner of the best Hawaiian itineraries for 15 years running and the Best Cruise Line for Hawaii & The Pacific in the 2023 Travel Weekly Readers’ Choice Awards, no one does Hawai’i like NCL. With frequent direct flights from Australia and New Zealand, and itineraries on sale through to December 2026, finding the ideal time to hop over to Hawai’i is a breeze.

For travellers seeking a deeper experience, NCL offers four-day pre- or post-cruise land tours in O’ahu, featuring iconic spots like Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbour, the Polynesian Cultural Centre and a Kualoa Ranch experience enhancing the Hawaiian holiday beyond the cruise itself.

Awe-inspiring Alaska

As an incredibly popular destination for lovers of natural wonders and wildlife, Alaska is tailor made for cruising.

From April to October 2025, NCL has five spectacular ships sailing a range of seven-to-16-day thoughtfully curated Alaska itineraries departing from Seattle or Vancouver. With the opportunity to visit 11 unique ports, guests can discover a new port nearly every day and explore ashore with over 200 excursions to choose from.

NCL also offers an extensive collection of three to five-day immersive Alaska Cruisetour land packages pre- or post-cruise to explore the wild, rugged beauty of the state’s interior, providing one seamless trip from ship to shore with options to start in Whittier, Seattle or Vancouver.

One of the most popular itineraries is this 7-day Cruise to Alaska: Dawes Glacier Bay, Sitka & Juneau sailing on board Norwegian Bliss departing Seattle every Saturday from April to September 2025. Guests are invited to take a front row seat to jaw-dropping views from its revolutionary 180-degree Observation Lounge, which was custom-built for taking in spectacular scenery such as the magnificent Endicott Arm Fjord and Dawes Glacier.

Highlights during this round-trip sailing include the opportunity to join a native Tlingit walking excursion in Ketchikan, set the heart racing on a thrilling dogsled adventure, enjoy a bird’s eye view of Mendenhall Glacier from a helicopter flight in Juneau or a raft of memorable adventures at Icy Point, including a Mountain Top Gondola. Onboard features include endless dining options, the fabulous musical production of Jersey Boys, an exhilarating racetrack and a Spa Snow Room where guests can chill out in between excursions and activities.

NCL’s Other Americas

NCL also offers seven to 11-day itineraries to Canada and New England across three ships departing from New York, Boston, Baltimore and Quebec City between August and October, allowing guests to make the most of the region’s famous autumn foliage.

If your client’s style is more fiesta, NCL has five-to-seven-day Mexican voyages that visit four ports in seven days departing from Los Angeles or San Diego from October through April.

Or if the fascinating continent of South America is beckoning, NCL offers itineraries that include Argentina, Chile, Peru, Columbia or Ecuador which sail between December to March.

Panama Canal cruises are a bucket list for many and NCL has an extensive choice with eight US departure ports across five ships between September and April each year.

Travel partners are encouraged to take advantage of NCL’s current savings of up to 35% off in addition to its five famed Free at Sea bonus offers* for their clients on all Americas sailings. Plus, Partners First Rewards members can earn double dollars for new bookings on any NCL Americas itinerary until the end of August. Submit your bookings here.

NCL’s included Free at Sea* package is the best value at sea with a free beverage package, free specialty dining package, free Wi-Fi and US$50 shore excursion credit per port.

For further information, 24/7 help is at hand via NCL’s Australia-based call centre. Phone Australia on 1300 255 200, or New Zealand on 0800 969 283, email salessupportaunz@ncl.com or visit https://www.ncl.com