Norwegian Cruise line announces its largest European deployment
January 26, 2016 – Norwegian Cruise Line announced that it will have 5 ships in Europe in summer of 2017. Norwegian will return to Southampton and home port in Hamburg, Germany for the first time ever.
With these exciting new summer European itineraries, we are offering our guests a wider variety of adventurous itineraries that span the continent, while also bringing one of our newest and most innovative ships to Europe”, said Andy Stuart President and COO of Norwegian Cruise Line.
Norwegian Jade to home port out of Southampton sailing cruises to Western Europe and Norwegian Fjords from May 12 to June 20 and August 7 to October 2016 and Hamburg, Germany sailing cruises to Western Europe, Norway, Iceland and United Kingdom. When arriving for the summer Norwegian Jade will be newly refurbished and enhanced under Norwegians Edge program.
Norwegian Getaway, NCL’s 2nd newest ship, to offer 8 and 9 day Baltic cruise from Copenhagen, Denmark. Her itineraries include Tallinn, Estonia; Helsinki, Finland; Stockholm, Sweden; and overnight stays in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Norwegian Star will take over Norwegian Jades Greek Isle cruises from Venice, Italy.
Norwegian Epic to continue her 7 day Western Mediterranean Cruises from Barcelona, Spain.
Norwegian Spirit to continue her summer 10 to 11 day cruises between Barcelona and Venice.
Norwegian also announced that their newest ship, Norwegian Escape will spend the summer if 2017 sailing alternating Eastern and Western Caribbean Cruise. Western Caribbean cruises will sail to Roatan, Honduras; Harvest Caye, Belize; Costa Maya, Mexico and Cozumel, Mexico. Eastern Caribbean will sail to St. Thomas, US Virgin Island; Tortola, British Virgin Islands and Nassau, Bahama.
Bookings open February 9th for travel partners and Latitudes guest and February 10th for all general public.