NCL to return to the Canary Islands

NCL to return to the Canary Islands

Norwegian Sun will offer itineraries from November as part of the line's largest ever European fleet

Norwegian Cruise Line is returning to the Canary Islands for the first time since 2017, with Norwegian Sun offering sailings from November 21. 

NCL is offering 10 to 14-day itineraries that combine the Canary Islands with visits to Portugal, Spain, and Morocco. The sailings will include several new ports for the line, including  Puerto del Rosario on Fuerteventura and San Sebastian de la Gomera in the Canary Islands, alongside Cueta in Spain, Agadir in Morocco and Horta in the Azores. 

Guests can choose to embark in Lisbon, Malaga and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The sailings will include no more than two days at sea, with an average of twelve hours in port. Late night and overnight stays in certain ports are also scheduled. 

Norwegian Sun carries nearly 2,000-passengers and joins eight other ships sailing in European waters this summer, making it the line’s largest European fleet ever. 

NCL president and CEO Harry Sommer said: “The Canaries have always been a draw for travellers from all over the globe and now more so when seeking some much-needed winter sun. Norwegian Sun’s new itineraries provide for a unique combination of the Canary Islands with ports in Portugal, mainland Spain as well as Morocco, offering our guests an all-year Europe season with nine ships to make the most of their travel this year.”

Until June 30 the line is offering its Free at Sea upgrade package at a reduced rate.

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