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Sponsored: Norwegian Cruise Line places focus on Europe in 2024

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With nine ships in Europe next year, there are plenty of itineraries to choose from with Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) if customers are looking to take a holiday-at-sea on the continent in 2024.

With holidays to suit all tastes, clients can wake up to a new destination nearly every day in the stunning Mediterranean or hop from island to picturesque island in Greece.

Elsewhere, make Northern Europe a go-to-stop with convenient sailings to Iceland, Norwegian fjords and Baltics from the UK. To make the most of the itineraries, guests can take 50 per cent off all cruises and up to £250pp airfare credit on select cruises.

The 10-day Greek Isles: Santorini, Athens & Florence itinerary – sailing from April 2024 to October 2024 – on board Norwegian Epic round trip from Civitavecchia calls in Santorini, Athens, Mykonos, Corfu, Valletta, Messina, Naples and Livorno for Florence/Pisa for £1,235pp, based on a 27 August 2024 departure.

Norwegian Cruise Line has also advised guests and agent partners to begin planning for 2025 after it reported customers booking further out.

Alternatively, go further afield on board new vessel Norwegian Aqua, the first ship in the line’s new Prima Plus Class.

With more outdoor space than any other cruise ship, Aqua will enable customers to enjoy more sunshine and ocean views than ever before.

Discover itineraries where guests can soak in seaside mountain vistas in the Dominican Republic, shop around the beautiful town of St Thomas within the US Virgin Islands, or for a slice of paradise, they can experience NCL’s own private island Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas.

The week-long Caribbean: Great Stirrup Cay & Dominican Republic itinerary on board Norwegian Aqua round trip from Port Canaveral calls at Great Stirrup Cay, St Thomas, Tortola and Puerto Plata, sailing from April through to August 2025. Prices from £1,015pp for the 10 May 2025 departure.

Also, book bucket list destinations with up to £400pp airfare credit on select sailings to Africa, Australia, Panama Canal and South America.

The line’s 14-day South Pacific: Maui, Maui & Moorea comes in at £1,635pp (for the 23 October 2024 sailing) and departs Honolulu calling at Kahului, Nawiliwili, Hilo, Rangiroa, Bora Bora, Raiatea, Moorea and Papeete.

As part of the line’s Free at Sea (FAS) programme, guests can upgrade from £199pp (based on a six-eight day cruise) and receive all applicable packages including premium beverages, speciality dining, wifi, excursion discounts and third and fourth guests pay taxes only on select sailings.

With the premium beverages package, customers will enjoy a wide selection of soft drinks, spirits, cocktails, wines by the glass and bottled or draft beer served in all bars, lounges and restaurants throughout your cruise.

With a vast array of speciality restaurants to choose from, there’s no better way to enjoy a wide selection of unique dining experiences. Dine in Teppanyaki, Le Bistro, Cagney’s Steakhouse and more.

Guests can also stay connected at sea and share holiday moments with friends and family back home with the line’s wifi package.

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