Norwegian Debuts Exclusive Cabanas
If you’ve been on a Norwegian cruise to the Bahamas or the Caribbean, you have probably stopped for a day at Great Stirrup Cay, the cruise line’s private island. While there you can soak up the sun on the beach, swim in crystal clear water and of course enjoy some tasty barbecue. It’s truly a blissful experience, but now the experience can be even more luxurious with the island’s new cabanas.
Norwegian Cruise Line has just completed a $25 million enhancement project that included 10 cabanas that the line’s guests can rent for $249 a day. The cabanas include lounge chairs, tables, a cooler, beach towels and a shower. Each cabana can accommodate six people. Along with the cabana, guests are given a $50 food and beverage credit that they can use on drinks or food from a special menu just for cabana guests; a fruit basket; up to six all-day passes to the Hippo Waterslide, a $120 value; and one large float, a $25 value.
The cabanas are available on a first come, first served basis and include a priority tender to the island from the ship. Check with your Cruise Web consultant to see if you can take advantage of this great new perk.
Have you ever spent time on a private island?