Norwegian Cruise Line has announced their summer and fall 2018, and winter 2018/2019 itineraries. The line’s deployments span across the world, and are now on sale for all cruise guests.
In summer 2018, Norwegian will be sailing Alaskan waters on three ships. The brand-new Norwegian Bliss is being purpose-built for Alaska, and will arrive in June 2018. Her inaugural season will offer seven-day cruises from Seattle, making it the first Norwegian ship to make its debut there.
Following an extensive renovation in 2017, Norwegian Pearl will sail seven-day Glacier Bay Alaska cruises from Seattle.
Rounding out the Alaska fleet, Norwegian Sun will return to Vancouver and Seward to offer the popular north and southbound seven-day Alaska highlights cruises, giving guests the opportunity to book back-to-back sailings for a 14-day roundtrip adventure.
Guests sailing with Norwegian in Europe will have five ships to choose from in summer 2018. Norwegian Breakaway will leave New York in April for a 12-day transatlantic voyage to London. She will then head into dry dock for various enhancements, then journey to her new seasonal homeport of Copenhagen. From there, the ship will operate nine-day Scandinavia & Russia cruises throughout the summer.
Norwegian Jade will return to Europe in summer 2018, sailing a series of Norway, Iceland, and North Cape cruises from London and Hamburg – showcasing the Norwegian fjords and British Isles on select dates.
Norwegian Spirit will return also, sailing 10-day western Mediterranean