Norwegian Cruise unveils ‘Black Friday’ offers

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NCL has 17 contemporary ships that sail to more than 300 of the world’s most desirable destinations. (Supplied)
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NCL has 17 contemporary ships that sail to more than 300 of the world’s most desirable destinations. (Supplied)
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Updated 22 November 2020

Norwegian Cruise unveils ‘Black Friday’ offers

  • NCL is offering 30 percent off the cruise fare on all 2021 sailings

RIYADH: Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), an innovator in global cruise travel, has announced their “Black Friday Sale” offers. 

NCL is offering 30 percent off the cruise fare on all 2021 sailings. Guests can also book a balcony stateroom or higher and take all five “Free at Sea” offers for free. The promotion is valid until Nov. 27.

“Breaking the boundaries of traditional cruising for 53 years, NCL offers you the best in freedom and flexibility to cruising, so you can holiday on your own schedule with no assigned dining and entertainment times and no formal dress code,” a press release said.

NCL has 17 contemporary ships that sail to more than 300 of the world’s most desirable destinations, from Northern Europe with its cities steeped in history and culture, and the Mediterranean and Greek Isles, where guests can discover a range of culinary delights, to the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean, where guests can swim up close with the vibrant marine life. 

NCL not only provides superior guest service from land to sea, but also offers a wide variety of award-winning entertainment and dining options as well as a range of staterooms across the fleet, including solo-traveler staterooms, mini-suites, spa-suites and The Haven by Norwegian, NCL’s ship-within-a-ship concept.

For more information or to book, guests can visit their local travel agent, book online on ncl.com or call +44 (0) 23 8071 4618.


Entertainment hub ‘Xtreme Play’ opens in Jeddah

Updated 26 November 2020

Entertainment hub ‘Xtreme Play’ opens in Jeddah

Xtreme Play, the newest children’s indoor games hub in Jeddah, is offering visitors never-seen-before inflatable attractions, available for the first time in the Kingdom. The family-friendly entertainment center is spread over an area of 2,500 square meters at the Sultan Mall complex on Prince Sultan Street.

Xtreme Play consists of two main sections, namely the Trampoline Main Arena and Inflatable Ninja Warriors. The Trampoline Main Arena consists of several free-jumping zones, including a dodgeball and volleyball court, trampoline basketball court, slam dunk area, and airbag jump, while the Inflatable Ninja Warriors area includes different action games, such as bouncing, jumping, climbing, dodging, foam pit, sliding, maneuvering challenge and sledding challenge. The inflatable equipment has been brought in from specialized international gaming manufacturers and is suitable for children aged six and above.

The center has three halls — all designed in an attractive modern style — that will be used for hosting birthdays parties and events, as well training sessions by instructors specialized in judo, karate, taekwondo, ballet, gymnastics and other sports.

The center is well-equipped for school trips and corporate events. It has an upper viewing lounge overlooking a park, where visitors can enjoy food and drinks. Events for adults and Ninja Warrior tournaments are also held in this area. The management has ensured that all games are completely safe and that children are not exposed to any hard surfaces, which can lead to injuries.

Khalid Souri, board member and CEO of VIM Entertainment Company, which owns Xtreme Play in Jeddah, said: “The launch of the Xtreme Play center promotes the family entertainment industry in Jeddah, and provides world-class indoor entertainment services to all ages, the likes of which are available only in the world’s finest cities.”

He added: “We aim at making the Xtreme Play visit a unique experience for all family members, as it combines entertainment and safety at the same time. We also aim to expand in the rest of the Kingdom’s cities and provinces soon.”