Originally Posted by Mike M
This may be a dumb question but I just want to clarify. NCL is paying the gratuities and not just giving the client the opportunity to pre-pay their gratuities. Is that correct?
Yep, NCL is paying the gratuities, so the client doesn't have to fork over the money.
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