Norwegian Cruise Line returning to Asia

Tuesday, 28 Jun, 2022 0

Although it skipped the region for the 2022/23 season, Norwegian Cruise Line is committed to returning to Asia in 2023/24.

Norwegian Jewel will operate cruises across the continent between October 2023 and March 2024.

There will be multiple departure points including Yokohama, Keelung ,Taiwan; Singapore; Port Klang; and Bali.

There will be a dozen sailings scheduled from 10 to 12 days in length as well as the 16-day repositioning cruise from Seattle to Tokyo.

“We couldn’t be more pleased to make our long-awaited return with Norwegian Jewel, a ship we already know is incredibly popular in Asia,” said Harry Sommer, President and CEO of NCL.

“Asia is a key source market, and our return allows our guests from Asia the freedom to sail with us from their doorstep.”

First-time four ports calls include Puerto Princesa, Boracay and Salomague, in the Philippines.

Itineraries will include late departures and overnight calls in Singapore, Osaka and Phuket,



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Learn more about :   Norwegian Cruise Line ( United Kingdom )  

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