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Norwegian Cruise Line Replaces iConcierge With New App

Posted: December 27, 2017

Cruising, as we know it today, has been a prominent get-away choice for decades, and cruise lines are continually developing new methods and apps to enhance the on board experience for their faithful guests.

Norwegian Cruise Line are doing just that! The cruise line has decided the time had come to supplant its iConcierge telephone application with another application called Cruise Norwegian which is right now accessible for use on sailings on board Norwegian Sky.

Cruise Norwegian will likewise be accessible on board Norwegian Bliss when it launches in 2018. The application will be available fleetwide before the end of 2018.

Cruise Norwegian will be accessible on board Norwegian Bliss when it launches in 2018

Cruise Norwegian lifts the guests experience to an unheard of level offering a large group of highlights enabling guests to streamline and escalate their cruise experience from the time they book to the time they disembark the cruise at the end of there cruise, so it doesn’t just work while your onboard your cruise as iConcierge did.

The upside of Cruise Norwegian is that it provides guests with loadsof additional features than iConcierge gave.

Guests would now be able to do their research helping them to decide on the best shore tours, and reserve a table so they don’t miss there opportunity to dine in the specialty restaurants, purchase there drink packages, or on the off chance that they are cruising for a special event, they can even book a package that will suit their tastes.

What’s more, if you are in an foreign location, the application even guides guests to the port by giving directions.

Once onboard, connect with the ship’s Wi-Fi (which will be free), and you will have everything readily available, being well-versed on all activities onboard.

As was available with iConcierge, loved ones and friends can stay connected during there cruise utilising the communication feature that enables unlimited calls and messaging for a one-time fee of $9.95.

An extraordinary new element is the capacity to share photographs with everybody in their group through the app. Furthermore, if you have friends and family at home, you can call them through Cruise Norwegian for an fee of $0.79 per minute for outbound calls to almost every nation in the world.

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