Norwegian Cruise Line unveiled its fall and winter 2019-2020 schedule. The deployment will boast fresh homeport for some of the newest ships of the cruise line.
- Norwegian Bliss, the newest ship of NCL, that launches in summer 2018, will sail to Bahamas from New York during winter 2019-2020. It will be the largest homeporting in New York and will set out on a total of 18 different 7- and 8-day sailings to Bahamas and Florida; as well as 12- and 14-day cruises to Southern and Western Caribbean.
- Norwegian Breakaway will go on sailing from Florida, repositioning to Port Canaveral from Miami for sailings starting November 23, 2019. From there, the ship will embark on a number of 7-day Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises leaving on Saturdays each week, with Western Caribbean sailings stopping at ports including Falmouth, George Town, Cozumel, and Eastern Caribbean stopping at St.Thomas, Tortola, Great Stirrup Cay.
- Norwegian Gem will kick off winter 2019 season with 8-day Bahamas and Florida voyage from New York on December 13. It will then sail on a number of 10- and 11-day Southern Caribbean itineraries, as well as one 14-day cruise that includes visits to St.Kitts, St.John’s, St.Thomas, St.Lucia.
- Norwegian Dawn will start the season by sailing a 15-day, New York-Tampa-Panama Canal itinerary on November 9, 2019. That cruise will include visits to Willemstad, Cartagena, Puerto Limon and a daytime transit of the Panama Canal. It will also offer a 14-day Panama Canal roundtrip from Tampa on December 1, 2019 and will then sail a 5-day Bahamas and Florida itinerary from Tampa on January 16.
- Norwegian Escape will sail out of New York throughout September 2019, and will offer 4 roundtrip 7-day Canada and New England cruises with visits to Bar Harbor, Portland, Bay of Fundy, Halifax. The ship will then head south where it will sail on a number of 7-day Western Caribbean itineraries, between November 2019-April 2020, from Miami.
- Norwegian Star will offer South American itineraries, thus replacing Norwegian Sun and kicking off in December 2019. From San Antonio (Santiago) and Bueno Aires, the ship will embark on 14-day cruises to both eastbound and westbound ports including Falkland Islands, Punta Arenas and Ushuaia.