NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line unveils winter 2024-2025 and summer 2025 voyages

   December 12, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line unveiled its winter 2024-2025 and summer 2025 voyages sailing to bucket-list destinations in Europe, Alaska, and the Caribbean.

In advance of the holidays, Norwegian is providing passengers the opportunity to book the vacation of their dreams with a promotion offering the 2nd guest in a stateroom to sail free.

The deal provides a total value of up to US$3,450 in savings, when combined with NCL’s guest-favorite “Free At Sea” offer, providing the choice of up to 6 perks including free unlimited open bar, free shore excursions credits, free specialty dining, free WiFi, discounted rates for family and friends, and free roundtrip airfare for the 2nd guest.

Sailing to ~400 destinations worldwide, guests can choose from a range of tropical itineraries to the Caribbean and voyages from the line’s Extraordinary Journeys collection that sail to once-in-a-lifetime destinations, such as aspirational regions around the globe like the grand pyramids in Egypt, and more.

Norwegian Viva cruise ship

Highlights from the 2024-2025 deployment include:

Greek Isles, Israel & Egypt

Norwegian Viva, the 2nd ship from the Prima Class set to debut in August next year, offers select roundtrip 7-day Greek Isles cruises from Athens (Piraeus), as well as 9-to-11-day voyages between Haifa (Tel Aviv-Nazareth, Israel), Athens (Piraeus), and Istanbul (Turkey) from May through November 2025. The sailings call at Iraklion, Santorini, Mykonos, and Rhodes in Greece, offer 15-hour long port stays in Ashdod (Jerusalem, Israel), and visit Alexandria and Port Said (Cairo), Egypt, allowing plenty of time for passengers to visit the pyramids.

Northern Europe

From May through to September 2025, Norwegian Prima sails a series of 10-and-11-day voyages from London (Southampton), England UK and Reykjavik (Iceland) offering itineraries calling to Geiranger, Norway, home to Geirangerfjord. The itineraries also call to Alesund, Flam, Bergen, Brussels/Bruges (Zeebrugge), Akureyri, Isafjordur, and Amsterdam.


Starting April 2025 through to October 2025, Norwegian Breakaway offers a series of 9- and 10-day roundtrip Mediterranean cruises from Barcelona (Spain) with an overnight in Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy providing 2 days to explore the destination. The two itineraries call to bucket-list destinations like Ibiza, Cagliari, Naples, Rome (Civitavecchia), Cannes, and more.


Sailing roundtrip from New York, Norwegian Prima offers 10-to-12-day Caribbean cruises beginning November 2024 through to March 2025 visiting Puerto Plata, San Juan, Basseterre, St. Thomas, Tortola, and Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda.

For the 2nd year, Norwegian Viva homeports in San Juan, Puerto Rico from December 2024 through to April 2025 offering 7-day roundtrip Southern Caribbean voyages with zero sea days. The itineraries include calls to Castries and Bridgetown on the east, while select itineraries call to the ABC Islands: Oranjestad, Aruba; Kralendijk, Bonaire; Willemstad, Curacao; and more on the west side of the Caribbean.

Norwegian Escape offers 7- and 14-day Caribbean voyages from December 2024 through to March 2025 from Galveston, Texas. The vessel's 7-day Western Caribbean itineraries visiting Costa Maya, and Cozumel in Mexico; Roatan, Honduras; and Harvest Caye, NCL’s resort-style destination in Southern Belize. For guests searching for an extended vacation, the 14-day Eastern Caribbean voyages include visits to Cozumel, Mexico; St. Thomas, USVI; Castries, St. Lucia; George Town, Grand Cayman; Great Stirrup Cay, NCL’s private island in the Bahamas, and more.


During the Alaska cruise season from late April through to October 2025, Norwegian Joy returns to The Last Frontier and offers 9- and 10-day roundtrip sailings from Seattle WA to allow for a longer experience for guests. Her voyages include scenic sailings to Glacier Bay National Park and Reserve; and Hubbard Glacier. Select cruises also call to Ketchikan and Icy Strait Point.

Panama Canal

Norwegian Encore is due to traverse the 40-mile Panama Canal during her 21-day Extraordinary Journey starting October 13th, 2024 from Seattle WA, and sailing down the West Coast to San Francisco CA, Los Angeles, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, Acapulco, Puerto Quetzal, Panama City, Cartagena, George Town, and ending her journey in PortMiami Florida.