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Norwegian Cruise Line demonstrates breadth of global product

Norwegian Dawn, Cape Town, Norwegian Cruise Line

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Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) holds the key to unlocking your customers’ travel wish lists in 2024 and beyond with its eclectic range of itineraries which touches the four corners of the world

With more than 57 years’ experience sailing around the world, NCL’s fleet of 20 contemporary ships – including the new Norwegian Viva and, launching 2025, Norwegian Aqua – is the perfect place for guests looking to broaden their holiday horizons.

They can cruise to more than 400 of the world’s most desirable destinations, including Great Stirrup Cay, the company’s private island in the Bahamas, and its resort destination Harvest Caye in Belize.

An eight-day round-trip New York itinerary on board Norwegian Escape, with departures in February and March 2025, calls at NCL’s private island Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas, as well as Orlando (Port Canaveral) and Nassau.

Travellers will be transported to a world of relaxation as they meander along the white-sand beaches of Great Stirrup Cay, before they change gears and prepare for an underwater adventure during a hosted snorkelling experience.

However, if your customers prefer a cooler climate, NCL’s 10-day Alaska: Glacier Bay, Skagway & Juneau round-trip from Seattle on board Norwegian Bliss could be the perfect pick.

Departing 2 April 2025, travellers can delve into the charming island community of Sitka where they can spot whales, brown bears, deer, sea otters, and various birds, before sailing to what’s commonly known as “Alaska’s peak experience” in Juneau.

Here, they can kayak up one of the area’s many protected waterways, go flightseeing, tour historic downtown or try their hand at panning for gold.

Meanwhile, a 12-day Transatlantic crossing from Miami to Southampton via Ponta Delgada on board Norwegian Breakaway departs 7 Feb 2025 and gives customers the chance to experience one of the world’s most famous cruise itineraries.

As the heart of tourism in the Azores, Ponta Delgada offers visitors the chance to take in architectural marvels such as churches and majestic white houses, which stand as a reminder of the city’s illustrious past.

Norwegian Cruise Line bolsters value for money proposition with Free at Sea

If your customers are looking to sail for longer, offer them NCL’s 18-day Africa: Namibia, Cape Verde, Angola & Ivory Coast from Cape Town to Lisbon itinerary on board Norwegian Dawn, which departs 12 March 2025.

During this cruise, guests will visit Santa Maria on the small island of Sal in Cape Verde. The area, known for its plentiful beaches, live music scene and fragrant flora and fauna, is rooted in the salt-trade and visitors can even float on the salty lake.

On the line’s 16-day Alaska & Hawaii: Kauai, Kona & Ketchikan from Honolulu to Vancouver sailing on board Norwegian Sun on 4 June 2025, guests can visit Ketchikan, which, thanks to its abundant rainfall, is surrounded by some of the world’s most lush wilderness.

A 10-day Asia: Hong Kong & Thailand from Singapore to Taipei (Keelung) cruise on board Norwegian Spirit departing 20 February 2025, meanwhile, allows travellers to not only experience Ko Samui’s idyllic, forested island with pristine sandy beaches, but also venture inland to witness majestic cascading waterfalls.

With value for money as a top priority, highlight the brand’s Free at Sea programme, which, from £199pp*, offers all applicable packages including premium beverages, speciality dining, wifi, excursion discounts and 3rd and 4th guests pay taxes only (on applicable sailings).

When you’re not discovering new worlds shoreside, eat when and where you choose onboard with up to 21 dining options on a single ship. Speciality restaurants – available as part of the Free at Sea upgrade – serve authentic global cuisine from Japanese in Hasuki to Brazilian in Moderno Churrascaria.

After you’ve gorged on decadent steak or freshly prepared sushi, experience award-winning entertainment such as Broadway musicals, live bands and top deck parties.

Terms and conditions apply to all offers, see for details. *Free at Sea upgrade offer varies by cruise length – £199 pp for cruises of 6-8 days for example.

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