In addition, Latitudes Members (NCL’s return guests) will receive an exclusive limited-time offer available on all cruise ships and all destinations.
The limited-time offers include 15% off cruise fares plus Bonus Latitudes Points for Latitudes Members. In addition, and for a limited time only, all guests can book all FIVE Free at Sea Offers including Free Open Bar, Free Specialty Dining, Free Excursions, Free WiFi and Free Kids — a $2,900 value. View Prices on Cruises on NCL
Guests can bask in the warm Caribbean sun beginning January 28, 2022, through May 17, 2023 as the cruise line offers a range of five to 14-day voyages across the Eastern, Western and Southern Caribbean. The itineraries include calls to Harvest Caye, the cruise line’s resort destination in Belize; as well as visits to its private island resort in the Bahamas, Great Stirrup Cay.
The island features Silver Cove, an exclusive beachfront area offering luxury private villas, a private restaurant, Moët bar and Mandara Spa. Ships sailing the Caribbean include Norwegian Bliss, Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Dawn, Norwegian Encore, Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Escape, Norwegian Gem, Norwegian Getaway, Norwegian Pearl and Norwegian Sky.
Notable itineraries and cruises announced today include:
Norwegian Encore will sail an 11-day roundtrip Southern Caribbean voyage from Miami on December 23, 2022, making her debut in Castries, St. Lucia and St. John’s, Antigua; and visiting Oranjestad, Aruba; Willemstad, Curaçao; Kralendijk, Bonaire; St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; and Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic.
Norwegian Breakaway, currently the largest and newest ship in the industry sailing from New Orleans, will offer a mix of five, seven and nine-day roundtrip cruises to the Western Caribbean starting on November 20, 2022.
As of December 17, 2022, Norwegian Bliss will call Miami home as she embarks on a season of seven-day Western Caribbean roundtrip voyages through April 1, 2023 with calls to Roatan Island, Honduras; Harvest Caye, Belize; Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico.
On January 8 and February 26, 2023, guests can embark on Norwegian Getaway for a 12-day Southern Caribbean roundtrip sailing out of New York. She will make her debut in St. John’s, Antigua and will call to San Juan, Puerto Rico; Basseterre, St. Kitts; Castries, St. Lucia; Bridgetown, Barbados; Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic; and St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.
From December 23, 2022, through April 8, 2023, Norwegian Getaway will sail select eight-day cruises to the Bahamas and Florida from New York which will include calls to Port Canaveral, Fla.; Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas.
Beginning January 20, 2023, through May 29, 2023, Norwegian Sky will sail three and four-day roundtrip cruises from Miami, calling to Freeport, Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas.
In November 2022, Norwegian Joy will offer guests a winter escape to Bermuda on five and seven-day roundtrip cruises from New York featuring overnight stays at the Royal Naval Dockyard. Norwegian Getaway will also offer a selection of five-night voyages in December 2022, February and March 2023.
Norwegian Encore, the cruise line’s newest ship, will begin a 21-day Panama Canal voyage on October 23, 2022, sailing out of Seattle, repositioning to Miami. During this sailing, eight out of 11 port-of-calls include a minimum of nine to 11 hours of port time, providing guests additional time to explore each town.
Norwegian Joy will make her debut in Port Canaveral, Florida as she departs on a 14-day sailing from Orlando, Florida to Los Angeles on December 4. During this voyage, she will also call to San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, for the first time and visit Cartagena, Colombia; Puerto Caldera (Puntarenas), Costa Rica; Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala; Puerto Vallarta, and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Kicking off the New Year, Norwegian Gem will offer a handful of open-jaw 11-and-12-day cruises to and from New York and Panama City in January and February 2023. During her 12-day voyage from New York on January 2, she will make her debut in Puerto Limon, Costa Rica, as well as the Pacific Cruise Terminal in Panama City during her 11-day voyage on January 14.