Norwegian Cruise Line’s 2020 Alaska sailings will depart from Seattle, Seward and Vancouver from April to October with its youngest ever fleet.
The ships cruising to Alaska include the line’s newest ship Norwegian Bliss.
The recently refurbished Norwegian Joy, currently sailing her inaugural season in Alaska, will also be returning in 2020. The Norwegian Jewel and Norwegian Sun will join the fleet in Alaska.
“Once seen as a cruising destination for more senior travellers, Norwegian is re-imagining the Alaska cruise experience to cater to all ages, elevating the onboard offering to new heights with amenities such as go-kart track and open air laser tag, making NCL a pioneer in the region,” says Nicole Costantin, Vice President Sales Australia and New Zealand at Norwegian Cruise Line.
“We pride ourselves on offering guests the chance to enjoy the freedom and flexibility of a Norwegian Cruise Line experience, whether travellers are looking for a multi-generational Alaskan adventure for the entire family, a special romantic getaway or a solo bucket-list voyage.”
The line will be delivering scenic glacier cruising and visit iconic Alaskan ports including Juneau, Skagway, Icy Straight Point and Ketchikan, says Ms Constantin.
Norwegian also offers 11,12, 13 and 14-Day Cruisetours, where guests can combine a seven-day cruise with a land holiday that’s fully escorted by Alaskan guides, for travellers wanting to venture deeper into the wild.
As part of NCL’s EOFY offer, guests who book a Balcony or Mini-Suite before 30 June 2019 will receive 5 free offers, including a free beverage and specialty dining package, plus US$200 free onboard credit** – valued at up to US$3,000.
Highlights of the 2020 Alaska season include:
- Alaska for nature lovers:Explore the heart of Alaska’s breathtaking wilderness with a 12-day Denali Alyeska – Southbound Cruise Tour. Start out with an immersive land holiday where guests will enjoy overnight stays in Anchorage, Denali and Girdwood. Travel the Alaska railroad, visit a Sled Dog Musher’s Kennel and tour the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre before embarking the recently refurbished Norwegian Jewel in Seward, where you’ll cruise Alaska’s Inside Passage.
- Alaska for families:Set sail onboard Norwegian’s newest ship, Norwegian Bliss, specially designed for cruising Alaska. Her 7-Day Awe of Alaska: Inside Passage and Glacier Bay from Seattle sailings with multiple departure dates from May 2020 – encourages guests to explore the majestic Mendenhall Glacier, try their hand at panning for gold in Juneau, explore the Misty Fjords, go ziplining through a rainforest canopy in lush Ketchikan, or take a ride on the White Pass Scenic Railway in Skagway.
- Alaska for adventurers: Zoom around the first go-kart track at sea onboard Norwegian Joy’s speedway, while sailing her 7-Day Scenic Alaska: Inside Passage from Seattle itinerary with multiple departures from April 2020. For adventures ashore, guests can go dogsledding on a glacier after arriving via helicopter, or paddle in a kayak through Tongass National Forest in Ketchikan where you can spot eagles, seals and more.
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