Norwegian Cruise Line's Ship to Complete First Season of Cuba Cruises from Port Canaveral

By ,   September 2, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Norwegian Sun is due to complete her first season of voyages to Cuba from Port Canaveral FL with her last trip on September 3 before she moves to Miami FL for select itineraries then repositioning to South America for the fall/winter cruise season.

The first and only homeported vessel to sail to Cuba from Port Canaveral, the NCL Norwegian Sun welcomed more than 30,000 guests on 15 trips on her 4-day Cuba itinerary during her summer season, with port of call in Key West and Havana overnight.

Norwegian Sun cruise ship

The final, 16th cruise to Cuba from Port Canaveral, departs on Monday, September 3, for a 5-day voyage to Key West, along with an overnight in Havana and a call to Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas, Great Stirrup Cay. Following the successful first season, Sun will return to Port Canaveral April 2019 with more Cuba itineraries.

Port Canaveral was the first homeport of Norwegian Sun, following a 3-week renovation in April 2018 in Victoria BC as part of Norwegian Edge, company’s program designed to elevate standards of excellence across the fleet.