As part of its “Growing Europe” campaign for continued growth on European markets, Norwegian Cruise Line has changed the departure time of its seven-night cruises on Norwegian Escape to the Eastern Caribbean to 19:00 from May 7 to July 16 and from September 3 to December 31 2016. This later departure time allows passengers to fly from many European airports on the day of embarkation without a prior overnight stay.
“The departure change for Norwegian Escape is a direct result of feedback from our guests. Norwegian Cruise Line is committed to actively working with our European customers in order to ensure our products meet our customers’ preferences,” says Christian Boell, Managing Director Europe, Middle East and Africa at Norwegian Cruise Line. “To land on the day of embarkation in Miami without a prior overnight stay and to proceed directly to boarding makes Caribbean cruising, including the outward and return trip, possible within a week – and therefore particularly interesting for guests who seek total relaxation but can only take a few days off.”
Norwegian Escape leaves Miami for the Eastern Caribbean every Saturday and visits St. Thomas (American Virgin Islands), Tortola (British Virgin Islands) and Nassau in the Bahamas as part of her week-long voyage.