Norwegian Cruise Line has started selling its itineraries for the winter of 2020/2021, among which are the routes between Miami and the Caribbean of the ships ‘Norwegian Joy’ and ‘Norwegian Encore’; the debut of ‘Norwegian Escape’ in Puerto Cañaveral, and the return of ‘Norwegian Epic’ to San Juan.
From October 24, the Western Caribbean cruises of the ‘Norwegian Joy’ will include stops on the island of Roatán, Harvest Caye, Belize; Costa Maya and Cozumel. Cruises through the Eastern Caribbean will include Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic; St. Thomas, Tortola, British Virgin Islands and the company’s private island, Great Stirrup Cay, in the Bahamas.
In addition, the ‘Norwegian Encore’ will also sail from Miami to make seven-day cruises to the Western Caribbean with stopovers on Roatán Island, Harvest Caye, Belize; and Costa Maya and Cozumel. It will also spend between 12 and 13 days touring the Panama Canal.
From November 21, the ‘Norwegian Escape’ will move its base port to Puerto Cañaveral and will make itineraries between five and seven days in the Western Caribbean. The ship will also make two four-day cruises to the Bahamas with stopovers in Nassau, Freeport and Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas.
Departing from New Orlenas, the ‘Norwegian Breakaway’, starting on November 22, will also cruise the western Caribbean with stopovers on Roatán Island, Haverst Caye, Belize, Costa Maya and Cozumel.
The ‘Norwegian Epic’ will sail from December 20 from San Juan to make seven-day cruises to the South Caribbean with stopovers in Willemstad, Oranjestad, Castries, Basseterre and Kralendijk.
On November 30, the ‘Norwegian Gem’ will return to New York to make different cruises of 10, 11, 12 and 14 days to the South Caribbean. From December, the ‘Norwegian Getaway’ will make a selection of cruises between seven and eight days to the Bahamas and Florida, which will include stopovers at Puerto Cañaveral, and five-day cruises through the Eastern Caribbean from Miami.
The ‘Norwegian Jade’ will be stationed in Tampa from November 22 and will carry out a variety of cruise itineraries through the Western and Southern Caribbean until April 11.
The ‘Norwegian Pearl’ will also carry out a mix of cruises in the Western and Southern Caribbean as well as itineraries through the Panama Canal and the Bahamas from Miami starting on November 4.
As of October 18, the ‘Norwegian Bliss’ will return to Los Angeles to make different itineraries including five- and seven-day cruises to the Mexican Riviera. In addition, it will make a selection of 16-day cruises through the Panama Canal from Los Angeles and Miami. During your stay in Miami, you will travel seven days through the Eastern Caribbean
Finally, starting on December 19, the ‘Norwegian Star’ will make 14-day cruises through South America with different stops in Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Honduras, Harvest Caye, and Costa Maya.