Renewed interest in closer-to-home sailings, has prompted Norwegian Cruise Line to return to Asia and Australia with renewed vigour offering unique itineraries on board the Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Spirit in 2021 and 2022.
For the first time, Norwegian Sun will call at several new port destinations next year including Muara in Brunei, Manila and Coron in the Philippines while Norwegian Spirit will visit Yangon in Myanmar.
The new itineraries will depart from a range of ports including Bali, Bangkok, Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo. There will also be several repositioning cruises from Asia to Australia.
“With increased interest in closer-to-home sailings, there has never been a better time for our valued travel partners to gain insights into our immersive Asia itineraries. Whether your client is looking to explore Bangkok’s mouth-watering street food and ornate temples or experience the majesty of Japan during its famous cherry blossom season, our Asia itineraries offer the chance to deep-dive into some of the world’s most ancient and striking locations,” said Damian Borg, NCL’s director of sales, Australia, New Zealand.
Details of the 2021/2022 itineraries will be discussed at NCL’s webinar to be hosted by Craig McLaurin, NCL’s Business Development Manager, Queensland on August 18 at 10.30am.
Agents and travel partners can tune into NCL’s Asia webinar by registering here.
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