Norwegian Cruise Line adds new US sailings

NCL adds more US sailings

Extra voyages to set sail from four US ports this summer

Norwegian Cruise Line has added extra US sailings to its programme as part of its relaunch plan.

The extra voyages will set sail this summer from New York; Los Angeles; Port Canaveral, Florida; and Miami.

The line also announced that its newest ship Norwegian Encore will replace Norwegian Bliss in Alaska this summer, leaving from Seattle to call at the ports of Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan and Icy Strait Point, while offering guests dramatic views of Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier.

Norwegian will return to Miami this summer with Norwegian Gem to cruise seven-day itineraries to the Caribbean from August 15, and four-day voyages to the Bahamas from November.

Now on sale are extra itineraries from New York to Bermuda starting from September 26 on Norwegian Breakaway; a cruise from Los Angeles to the Mexican Riviera on October 24 with Norwegian Bliss; and a sailing from Porto Canaveral to the Caribbean on November 13 on board Norwegian Escape.

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“With these additional itineraries, we’re providing travellers with more opportunities to set sail from some of their favorite homeports and to some of their preferred destinations,” said Harry Sommer, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line.

“We are very excited to sail in the U.S. again, and to sail first with our latest beautiful ship Norwegian Encore. We’re able to reintroduce her to our guests and invite them to experience her world-class offerings, as she makes her debut in Seattle and Alaska.”

Norwegian’s Peace of Mind cancellation policy remains in effect for anyone sailing on cruises embarking until October 31, 2021, allowing guests to cancel their cruise 15 days before departure.

All crew and guests must be fully vaccinated to embark on voyages up until October 31, 2021.

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