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Norwegian Cruise Line: Epic voyages for 2023 and beyond

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This year, Norwegian Cruise Line is promising to take guests across the globe, with deeper, more meaningful experiences on ships designed to keep them coming back for more.

Fresh from a successful 2022, Norwegian Cruise Line is primed and ready to deliver some of the most innovative and immersive itineraries in its history.

For Europe this summer, the line will have nine ships in the region, with an exciting programme of cruises from 12 convenient ports.

Guests can join the likes Norwegian Jade, Norwegian Gem and Norwegian Epic, on longer Mediterranean voyages with new embarkation ports, including Marseille and Ravenna (for Venice), as the starting points for brilliant itineraries.

The newest ship in the fleet, Norwegian Prima, will be sailing from Southampton to the stunning Norwegian fjords and geo-thermal wonderland of Iceland.

Prima’s sister ship, Norwegian Viva, joins the fleet in 2023, and will sail eight, nine and 10-day Mediterranean and Greek Isles cruises.

Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian Cruise Line's private island
Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian Cruise Line’s private island

Norwegian Cruise Line sailing the globe

Looking further afield, Norwegian Cruise Line also has itineraries to the likes of Australia and New Zealand, South Africa and South America, for 2023/2024.

Tempt clients with a 12-day Africa sailing on Norwegian Jade for a holiday of a lifetime, beginning in Cape Town, then exploring the nature and wonder of South Africa and Namibia.

Or, perhaps they would like to explore the best of Australia and New Zealand, with itineraries operating until March 2023, on Norwegian Spirit. There’s a 12-day voyage to vibrant cities like Sydney and Auckland, mixed with tours of wineries, getting up close to koalas and kangaroos and beautiful backdrops such as Doubtful Sound.

For something a little extra special, Norwegian Cruise Line is operating a 14-day Antarctica and South America voyage on Norwegian Star, running until February 2023.

In terms of warmer climes, the Caribbean could be the ideal choice. Norwegian Cruise Line even has its own private and exclusive island in the region – Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas – for guests to enjoy.

As mentioned, these itineraries will take place on ships across the line’s fleet. Each has its own distinctive vibe and activities to experience on board.

Norwegian Prima – the first in the Prima class – marks the beginning of a new chapter for the brand. On board, there are countless innovative concepts, such as the Galaxy Pavilion, which features the first flying theatre simulator at sea, as well as escape rooms and high-tech racing simulators.

Then there is the Drop, classed as the industry’s first free-fall slide – a pure adrenaline rush, and no doubt a huge selling point for those who like to live on their wild sides.

However, no matter what ship guests sail on, they will discover a world of award-winning entertainment, first-class cuisine, beautiful accommodation and activities designed for all ages and interests.

The Galaxy Pavilion on Norwegian Prima
The Galaxy Pavilion on Norwegian Prima

Special promotions available

If guests needed an additional reason to book, Norwegian Cruise Line is currently running several special promotions.

Passengers can benefit from 50 per cent off cruises – for new bookings made for any open for sale three-night or more sailing, made between 1 and 16 February 2023.

In addition, its Free at Sea packages can be added from £149pp (based on a six to eight-day cruise) and for most sailings through to October 2023 guests can receive up to £250pp airfare credit (based on stateroom category booked).

For those who take up the upgrade option, from £149pp, they can receive all applicable packages including premium beverages, speciality dining, wifi, and excursion discounts.

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