Norwegian Cruise Line has released its 2025/26 autumn and winter programme ahead of Wave.
The new itineraries will include Norwegian Viva sailing to the Caribbean from Galveston, Texas, and Norwegian Sun sailing to new ports in Asia including Kyoto and Kobe.
NCL president David Herrera said: “Our guests have spoken. The solid number of bookings this past month is a positive indicator of what to expect early in the new year during wave season, when many of our guests typically book their cruises with us.
“In recent years, we have begun to offer more diverse and longer itinerary options, and this positive momentum is a sure sign that our guests are delighted with our offerings and are looking forward to exploring the world with us.
“Our new 2025 and 2026 itineraries will bring them more of what they want and more opportunities to enjoy their ideal vacation visiting their dream destination aboard any NCL ship.”
The overall programme also includes Norwegian Spirit operating between Sydney and Auckland; Norwegian Dawn sailing from Cape Town and Mauritius; and Norwegian Star departing from Buenos Aires to Antarctica.
Norwegian Sky will spend a second winter season based in La Romana, Dominican Republic; while Norwegian Escape will cover the Caribbean from New Orleans plus first calls into Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; Colon, Panama; and Cartagena, Colombia.
Panama Canal cruises will be provided by Norwegian Jade from October 2025 until April 2026 with departures from New York, Miami, Tampa and Callao in Peru, with extended pre- or post-cruise stays in each destination.