Norwegian Cruises with a fleet of 17 cruise ships, includes the Norwegian Bliss which will launch in April 2018. Commencing with a transatlantic crossing from Southampton to New York, followed by a trans Panama Canal cruise from Miami to Los Angeles, she will then spend one season in Alaska cruising from Seattle. Caribbean cruises from Miami and Mexican Riviera cruises from Los Angeles will then be on offer.
Norwegian Cruises from Australia and New Zealand
The Norwegian Jewel is heading back to Australia for her second season! After a dry-dock refurbishment in October 2018, Norwegian Jewel will set sail on a 19 night itinerary from Singapore to Sydney via Indonesia and Australia’s eastern coastline, ready for her 2018/19 Australian cruising season. Jump onboard the refreshed and revamped ship to enjoy her fantastic accommodation, meals from a variety of dining venues, access to 9 pools and hot tubs, Norwegian’s renowned entertainment program and more. Plus, with itineraries visiting gorgeous ports of call in Australia, South Pacific and New Zealand, the Norwegian Jewel is hard to beat!
Immerse yourself in the Kiwi culture with an extensive 12-14 night sailings to New Zealand, or discover Tasmania with a 7 night itinerary departing 13 Dec. Or, for the first time, sail tropical islands and idyllic beaches with Norwegian Cruise Line as she visits New Caledonia, Vanuatu and Queensland’s coast on this beautiful 13 night South Pacific sailing.
Pride of America is one of the few ships that hop through the idyllic islands of Hawaii. These year round cruises around Hawaii are 7 night round trip departures from Honolulu every Saturday with stops at Maui (overnight), Hilo, Kona and Kauai (overnight).
Further across the Pacific Ocean, Norwegian Cruises operates a comprehensive range of Norwegian Alaska cruises. Departing from Vancouver, Seward or Seattle, these 7 night cruises are offered by 3 ships, Norwegian Pearl, Norwegian Jewel and the newest ship to the fleet, Norwegian Bliss. For a warmer Norwegian Cruises getaway, head south and enjoy Mexican Riviera cruises from Los Angeles of between 7 and 9 nights or tick that next item off your bucket list with a visit to the Panama Canal, offering both partial canal crossings of 11 nights and full trans canal crossings of 14 nights and more.
From the West Coast of USA, there are more than 250 adventures in the Caribbean to choose from. Departing from Miami, Port Canaveral, Tampa, New York, Boston, New Orleans and even San Juan in Puerto Rico, there are itineraries ranging from short four to six night island escapes, 7 night getaways all the way up to 14 night Caribbean explorations. There are also 4 night cruises to Cuba from Florida for those interesting in exploring a country set back in time.
Norwegian Cruises also gives you the opportunity to tick another item off your bucket list: the icy fjords of Chile and Argentina. Norwegian Cruises South America itineraries operate one way from San Antonio (Chile) or Buenos Aires (Argentina) which loop south offering opportunities to visit Ushuaia, the Falkland Islands and Puerto Montt.
Norwegian’s cruises through Europe also operate year round with Mediterranean cruise departures from Barcelona, Venice, Rome and Malaga and Northern Europe and Baltic cruises from Southampton, Copenhagen, Warnemunde (serving Berlin) and Hamburg.
Closer to home, Norwegian’s cruises in Asia primarily operate from Shanghai but also Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo. These are popular cruises and sell out early.
Best Cruise Deals
View our selection of Norwegian cruise deals which include free perks on international cruises with the FREE AT SEA offer allowing you to pick from included drinks, dining, wifi or shore excursion credit. Or, if an island hopper through Hawaii is what you’re after, you can pick from included dining, gratuities or shore excursion credit. Combine these fantastic inclusions with Cruise Guru’s $10pp deposits when you book by 29 March 18. View $10pp deposit cruises.