Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has announced its 2023 itineraries for Norwegian Dawn, which will homeport in Southampton.
NCL has recently partnered with Associated British Ports to open a new next-generation-ready and open access cruise terminal in Southampton for the 2021 cruise season and beyond.
From eight to 14-day sailings, the new itineraries provide travellers with a wide array of European destinations to choose from for their next cruise vacation, NCL said.
On April 20, 2023, Norwegian Dawn will embark on a transatlantic 14-day journey from New York to Southampton, via France and Ireland. The cruise will include calls to Nova Scotia; St Pierre and Miquelon; Reykjavik and Belfast.
Dawn will sail three 10-day roundtrip journeys through the British Isles, exploring Newhaven; Dublin and Cork; and Invergordon, Kirkwall and Greenock during May and June 2023. It will then depart for a 10-day voyage from Southampton to Copenhagen.
It will then complete a series of eight, nine and 10-day sailings through the Baltics, which will include calls at Tallinn. The cruise itinerary also includes calls to Copenhagen; Stockholm; Warnemünde, Germany; Gdynia, Poland; Riga, Latvia; Helsinki; and St Petersburg and will sail from June to August 2023.
Norwegian Dawn will finish August and September 2023 with 10 to 11-day sailings of the British Isles, once again visiting Invergordon and Stornoway; Dublin; as well as stops to Amsterdam; Zeebrugge, Belgium; and Le Havre, France.