Norwegian Dawn to homeport in Southampton
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Norwegian Dawn to homeport in Southampton

From eight to 14-day sailings, the new itineraries provide travellers with an array of European destinations to choose from for their next cruise vacation.

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.

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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.

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