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Norwegian Cruise Line announces all-inclusive sailing

Norwegian Sky all-inclusive deal begins January 2016

(Courtesy: Norwegian Cruise Line)

MIAMI – Norwegian Cruise Line will begin offering customers an all-inclusive cruise experience beginning in January 2016.

Officials with the cruise line announced the change to Norwegian Sky, which departs from PortMiami, at a news conference Wednesday.

"We're taking Freestyle Cruising to the next level to provide our guests with an experience unmatched by any other contemporary cruise line," said Andy Stuart, president and chief operating officer for Norwegian Cruise Line. "Norwegian Sky guests will have the freedom to enjoy a cruise vacation the way they desire -- whether it's lounging by the pool with a margarita, having a laugh at a comedy show, catching up on their favorite book on their balcony or indulging in fine dining -- all included in their cruise fare."

Cruise officials said the deal includes a variety of unlimited premium spirits, cocktails, wines by glass or bottled and draft beer up to $11.

Passengers 3 to 20 years old will be offered unlimited soda and juice.

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