Norwegian Dawn is the 10th NCL ship to resume cruises

   December 9, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Norwegian Dawn became the 10th ship in the NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line fleet to resume operations.

The liner welcomed passengers back on December 8, with sailings from Tampa (Florida USA)

The kick-off voyage is 11-day long and has Key West, Puerto Plata (Dominicana), Saint Thomas Island (Charlotte Amalie, USVI), Willemstad (Curacao Island, Dutch Antilles), Oranjestad (Aruba Island, Dutch Antilles), and George Town (Grand Cayman Island) on the schedule.

Between December 2021-April 2022, Norwegian Dawn is expected to offer a variety of cruises to the Bahamas, Western, Eastern, and Southern Caribbean.

The next Norwegian vessel, following Norwegian Dawn to restart service this month, is Norwegian Pearl, with a capacity of 2,400 passengers. NCL Pearl is scheduled to set sail from PortMiami Florida on December 23, kicking off her program of Caribbean & Panama Canal itineraries.

Norwegian Dawn cruise ship

Norwegian Cruise Line restarted the revenue services in July 2021 with Norwegian Jade, offering summer cruises to the Greek Islands. The brand expanded to additional destinations, including Alaska, the Caribbean, Western Mediterranean, West Coast, Bermuda, and more. 

NCL is currently offering sailings in the Caribbean, Mexican Riviera, Middle East, Europe from 9 different homeports.