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Norwegian Cruise Line has now expanded the app to every cruise ship in the fleet after first launching in 2017. Guests can use the app to enhance their cruise vacation before and during the voyage.

NCL App Now on Every Cruise Ship

Using a cruise line app is becoming an essential part of the experience and Norwegian Cruise Line has rolled out theirs to all 16 cruise ships.

The app was first launched on the Norwegian Sky in 2017 and it has been developed in-house. New features and updates have been added to make sure it really can make a difference not just during the voyage but for pre-cruise too.

Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line, said:

“We want to do everything we can to make our guests’ vacations as enjoyable and relaxing as possible.”

“Our Cruise Norwegian App, which is now available fleetwide, provides them with the freedom and flexibility to do just that.”

The NCL app offers pre-cruise features including planning and ship itineraries. Guests can make pre-bookings for dining, shore excursions, entertainment, and onboard activities. The embarkation process can be a breeze using the app with mobile check-in and paperless boarding documents.

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During the cruise passengers can continue to use the app for reservations and bookings along checking the daily ship activities, sending messages and tracking the onboard account.

There is also a feature where messages and calls can be done for a one-time fee of $,95 per person. For $0.79 per minute, international calls can be made making it handy for urgent travel arrangements.

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Norwegian Cruise Line also has plans to roll out the app in more languages. No doubt even further features will be added as tech is becoming an important part of the experience on all the major cruise lines.

The app can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play.

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