Norwegian Encore will make its inaugural season for Alaska and Norwegian Joy will make its debut in New York
Norwegian Spirit and Norwegian Jewel will make immersion itineraries
Norwegian Cruise Line, considered one of the most innovative cruise companies worldwide, has announced a selection of itineraries for 2020 and 2021 for 12 of its 17 ships. The itineraries also include the debut of Norwegian Encore in Seattle, where it will make seven-day cruises to Alaska with its sister ship, Norwegian Bliss, in addition to the arrival of Norwegian Joy to New York for the first time. Also, the Norwegian Spirit, which will undergo a large remodeling of several million dollars in early 2020, will make a variety of itineraries with a large presence in ports from Tokyo, Japan and Hong Kong (China). Norwegian Jewel will make cruises in French Polynesia, Hawaii and the South Pacific in spring 2020 and spring 2021.
“We are very happy to have put on sale some really attractive itineraries for the boats of our innovative fleet,” said Kevin Bubolz, Managing Director Europe Norwegian Cruise Line. “With these incredible trips, in addition to the presentation of our newest ships, the Norwegian Joy and the Norwegian Encore, and the modernization of our most veteran vessels, we are sure that passengers will continue to enjoy every moment of their vacation on a cruise when they travel with us. ”
On April 25, 2021, Norwegian Epic will return to Europe to make its popular seven-day itineraries from Barcelona (Spain) and Rome (Civitavecchia) with stops in Naples and Florence / Pisa (Livorno) in Italy, Cannes in France and Palma of Mallorca in Spain. From May 2, 2021, Norwegian Dawn will offer trips through the Greek islands from Venice (Italy), with seven-day crossings that will include stops in Kotor (Montenegro), Dubrovnik (Croatia) and Corfu, Santorini, Mykonos and Argostoli (Greece). And on April 29, 2021, the Norwegian Getaway will offer 10 and 11 day cruises to the Greek islands and Italy from Rome (Civitavecchia) in Italy, with stops in Kotor (Montenegro), Dubrovnik (Croatia) and Corfu, Santorini, Mikonos and Athens (Piraeus) in Greece, and Naples and Florence / Pisa (Livorno), in Italy. For its part, the Norwegian Escape, which will return to Europe on May 28, 2021, will offer nine-day itineraries to the Baltic region from Copenhagen (Denmark), with stops in Warnemünde (Germany), Tallinn (Estonia), Helsinki ( Finland), Stockholm (Nynashamn) in Sweden and a one-night stay in St. Petersburg (Russia).
Norwegian Bliss, opened last year, will be joined this year and next year Norwegian Joy in Seattle and, in 2021, Norwegian Encore, which will be presented shortly. Both Norwegian Bliss and Norwegian Encore will offer a seven-day cruise selection. Norwegian Bliss will make stops in Juneau, Ketchikan and Icy Strait Point (Alaska), as well as in Victoria (British Columbia), beginning April 24, 2021. Your first visit to Icy Strait Point will be May 12, 2021. The Norwegian Encore will begin its season in Alaska on May 2, 2021 and will sail to Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan (Alaska) and Victoria (British Columbia). All itineraries of Norwegian Encore through Alaska will include Glacier Bay. Norwegian Joy will sail to Alaska and make stops at Juneau, Ketchikan and Icy Strait Point in addition to Victoria (British Columbia), from April 2020 to October 2020. Beginning May 10, 2021, the Norwegian Jewel will return to Vancouver ( British Columbia) and Seward (Alaska) to make their incredibly popular seven-day itineraries north through Glacier Bay and the
Starting April 13, 2021, the Norwegian Breakaway will make several five, seven and nine day cruises through the Eastern, Western and Southern Caribbean from Miami. During your tour of the Eastern Caribbean, stops will be included in Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic), Santo Tomás (U.S. Virgin Islands), Tortola (British Virgin Islands) and the company’s private island, Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas Those from the Western Caribbean will include visits to the island of Roatán (Honduras), Costa Maya and Cozumel (Mexico) and Harvest Caye, the exclusive resort-style destination in the Caribbean located in Belize. For their part, those from the South Caribbean of the Norwegian Breakaway will visit Oranjestad (Aruba), Willemstad (Curaçao), Kralendijk (Bonaire) and Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic).
Bermuda, Canada and New England
Beginning April 14, 2021, Norwegian Joy will establish its base port in New York for the first time, and will combine several Bermuda cruises in addition to Canada and New England. His seven-day Bermuda tours will offer passengers three full days to explore the island, while the five-day itineraries through Canada and New England will include visits to Portland (Maine) and Halifax (Nova Scotia). From April 18, 2021, Norwegian Gem will make seven-day trips through Bermuda from Boston, combining them with seven-day trips to Canada and New England from Boston and Quebec City in Canada. Stopovers include Bar Harbor and Portland (Maine), Halifax and Sydney (Nova Scotia), Saguenay (Quebec) and Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island). After traveling through the Caribbean from Miami, on August 24, 2021, the Norwegian Breakaway will sail seven days to Canada and New England from New York that will include stops at Bar Harbor and Portland (Maine), Halifax (Nova Scotia) and Saint John (New Brunswick).
Asia and the South Pacific
As of May 9, 2020, Norwegian Spirit will carry out a variety of itineraries with a wide presence in ports from Tokyo (Japan) and Hong Kong (China). These trips will go on sale on May 1, 2019. These itineraries between 11 and 15 days will include destinations that must be visited at least once in a lifetime, including stopovers in Shanghai and Beijing (China), Osaka, Okinawa, Mount Fuji (Shimizu) and Sapporo (Japan), and Taipei (Keelung) in Taiwan. In early 2020, and as part of the company’s Norwegian Edge® program, Norwegian Spirit will undergo a large renovation of several million dollars to include new premises, modernized cabins and public spaces. Norwegian Jewel will make a selection of French Polynesia, Hawaii and South Pacific cruises in spring 2020 and spring 2021. These trips between 11 and 21 days, which will go on sale on April 17, 2019, will include cruises from Sydney (Australia), Papeete (Tahiti), Honolulu (Hawaii) and Vancouver (British Columbia) with visits to incredible destinations such as Bora Bora, Moorea, Raiatea and Nuku Hiva (French Polynesia), Lautoka, Suva and Dravuni (Fiji), Noumea, Lifou and Ille des Pins (New Caledonia), Mystery Island, Espiritu Santo and Port Vila (Vanuatu), and the Grand Island (Hilo and Kailua-Kona), Maui (Kahului), Kauai (Nawiliwili) and Oahu (Honolulu) in Hawaii.