Norwegian Sun Goes All-Inclusive

By ,   July 11, 2017 ,   Cruise Industry

Norwegian Cruise Line announced an enhanced summer deployment schedule for 2018 to Alaska and the Caribbean, including a second cruise ship that offers all-inclusive voyages to Cuba and the Bahamas.

The Norwegian Sun ship will reposition to Port Canaveral and feature all-inclusive 4-day cruises to Havana and Key West, and 3-day sailings to the Bahamas 2018. Today, Norwegian Sky is the only NCL ship to offer all-inclusive voyages.

Norwegian Jewel will rejoin the fleet sailing to Alaska summer 2018, with a wealth of exciting itineraries including 7- and 9-day sailings from Vancouver, Seattle and Seward.

Norwegian Sun ship

Norwegian Sun will undergo a 2-and-a-half week dry dock in Victoria BC as a part of brand’s revitalization program, Norwegian Edge, encompassing the entire passenger experience, and re-enter service April 19, 2018 where she will start her east coast journey with a 17-day Panama Canal sailing from Seattle.

The 4-day cruises aboard Norwegian Sun to Cuba will depart from Port Canaveral each Monday, starting May 7, 2018, and feature a visit to Key West and an overnight in Havana, returning to Port Canaveral on Fridays.