Norwegian Cruises Gives Canadian Travel Agents Chance to Get on Bliss Inaugural

by Daniel McCarthy
Norwegian Cruises Gives Canadian Travel Agents Chance to Get on Bliss Inaugural


Any Canadian travel agent making a Norwegian Cruise Line booking for a December sailing will be entered to win a trip on the Norwegian Bliss inaugural sailing next April.

From now until the end of September, any agent making a December booking will get one ballot in a random daily drawing for a spot on the Bliss inaugural.

The drawings will take place every night for agents who have submitted their entry by midnight of the same day.

Agents can submit their bookings through the NCL Agent Incentive link.

Bliss will enter service in spring 2018, homeporting in Seattle and Miami and sailing to Alaska and the Eastern Caribbean.

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