NCL will have 10-ship deployment in Europe
Norwegian Cruise Line has a bumper deployment of 10 ships offering Europe cruises this summer.
Norwegian Prima will be homeporting in Southampton for the first time this summer season.
NCL enhances its Europe deployment with longer, more varied itineraries.
Norwegian Prima has returned to Europe and homeports in Reykjavik (Iceland), Barcelona and Southampton.
A total of ten NCL ships¹ will offer Europe cruises through December 2023, including Norwegian Viva, the second Prima Class ship.
There are 132 distinctive itineraries with 46 roundtrips and 86 open-jaw sailings.
Cruises will be departing from a total of 15 homeports, including Bilbao. Tromso, Marseille and Ravenna (Italy), for the first time.
NCL is shifting towards longer cruises, as 87% of its European voyages are set to have a duration of nine or more days.
” This season, we’re thrilled to be offering even more opportunities “, said Gary Anslow, Head of UK & Ireland Business for NCL.
“We’ve seen the demand for our European voyages return in full swing.”
Europe season highlights include Norwegian Prima’s 10-day Northern Europe cruise from Reykjavik to Southampton and A nine-day Mediterranean roundtrip to Italy, France and Spain.
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