Norwegian Cruise Line announced today the introduction of new Specialty Dining Packages.

Guests sailing fleetwide from August 7 and beyond can enjoy a Specialty Dining Package ranging from three days to the length of their entire cruise, with pricing starting at $59 per person for a three-day package when purchased online prior to sailing.

Guests who purchase a Norwegian Specialty Dining Package can opt to go medium-rare at Cagney’s, Norwegian’s signature steakhouse; make it al dente at a Norwegian’s La Cucina Italian restaurant; enjoy an evening of fine Parisian dining at Le Bistro; and experience fun and fare at Teppanyaki, Norwegian’s signature Japanese Hibachi restaurant.

Specialty Dining Packages are honored in all specialty steakhouses, Brazilian churrascarias, French, Japanese Hibachi and Italian restaurants. Norwegian guests who have purchased a Specialty Dining Package additionally have the flexibility to indulge in their heart’s desire in select à la carte priced restaurants and entertainment-based restaurants for a small upcharge*** including:

Ocean Blue (Norwegian Getaway/ Norwegian Breakaway) - $15

Cirque Dreams (Norwegian Breakaway/Norwegian Epic) - $10 general seats/$15 premium seats/$35 VIP seating on Norwegian Breakaway

The Illusionarium - $10 general seats/$15 premium seats

For the Record: Dear John Hughes (Norwegian Escape) - $15

Bayamo (Norwegian Escape) - $10

Pincho Tapas Bar (Norwegian Escape) - $7

The Raw Bar (Norwegian Getaway/ Norwegian Breakaway) - $7

Sushi Bar (fleetwide) - $7

Specialty Dining Packages can be pre-purchased prior to sailing for additional savings or onboard during the first two days of the voyage; the dining packages are exclusively sold on the first day of the voyage on three-day itineraries only.

Norwegian guests who pre-purchase a Specialty Dining Package prior to sailing can reserve their dining reservations online within 90 days of their sail date or go Freestyle and decide when and where to dine once onboard. Specialty Dining Packages are purchased individually and guests traveling in the same stateroom do not need to purchase packages as a group.

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