Norwegian Cruise Line Announces 2020 Itineraries

   June 28, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Norwegian Cruise Line announced new immersive itineraries for 2020 and the opening of sales for a number of its ships.

In addition to the Greek Isles and Italy voyages now being on sale, NCL also announced new port-intensive itineraries on Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Spirit available for purchase.

Norwegian Spirit cruise ship

  • For passengers who want to sail on Norwegian Spirit, the vessel will return to Asia for a series of itineraries in January 2020 after a bow-to-stern refurbishment. From May 9 through December 21, 2020, NCL Spirit will sail a mix of 9- to 15-day cruises showcasing the best of the region, including 4 new ports of call for the brand: Kumamoto, Beppu, Nagoya, and Niigata.
  • Norwegian Sun sails back to Alaska on May 21, joining Norwegian Bliss, Jewel, and Joy in the region. The cruise ship will offer the most extensive itineraries of the brand in the area with 9- to 12-day cruises from Seattle, with visits to Glacier Bay, Holkham Bay, Hubbard Glacier, Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, and Victoria BC.
  • As for Norwegian Jade, the ship will offer various one-way, 10- to 11-day Italy, Greek Isles, and Mediterranean voyages departing or returning from Barcelona, Venice, and Athens, beginning September 8, 2020. Norwegian Jade will feature visits to Monte Carlo, Florence/Pisa, Rome, Naples, Messina, Olympia, Santorini, Rhodes, Mykonos, and Kusadasi.

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