A Norwegian Cruise Line cruise ship is headed to a two and a half week dry dock beginning this weekend. When the ship emerges from dry dock, it will begin to offer all inclusive cruises to the Caribbean and Bahamas.
Norwegian Sun will become the second cruise ship in Norwegian’s fleet to go all-inclusive. The first ship was Norwegian Sky which offers three and four night cruises from Miami. The all-inclusive cruises offer unlimited drinks onboard the ship.
Norwegian Sun will undergo a two-and-a-half week dry dock in Victoria, British Columbia as a part of the Norwegian Edge, Norwegian Cruise Line’s revitalization program. The cruise ship re-enter service on April 19, 2018 where she will begin her journey to the east coast with a 17-day Panama Canal cruise departing from Seattle.
Norwegian Sun will reposition to Port Canaveral and offer all-inclusive four day cruises to Havana, Cuba and Key West, and three-day cruises to the Bahamas beginning in May 2018.
Norwegian Sun’s four-day cruises to Cuba will depart Port Canaveral each Monday, beginning May 7, 2018, and feature a call on Key West, Florida and an overnight stay in Havana, returning to Port Canaveral each Friday. Norwegian Sun will transport guests to the heart of the action in both Key West and Havana, calling in Key West’s Old Town district and Havana Harbor, located in the heart of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Norwegian Sun will offer guests the opportunity to experience the wonderful culture and incredible history of Cuba, along with the warmth and friendliness of the Cuban people during OFAC-compliant shore excursions.
Norwegian Sun’s three-day cruises to the Bahamas will feature calls in Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian’s popular private island beach paradise that was recently enhanced with new food and beverage outlets, expanded Cabanas for daily rental and a new underwater snorkeling garden.
Norwegian Sun is a 78,000 gross ton cruise ship that carries 2,000 passengers. The ship has been in service since 2001 and is a sister ship to Norwegian Sky.