Norwegian Cruise Line‘s recently released summer deployments for 2013/14 features a third ship and new Cruisetours in Alaska, four ships in Europe and a significant increase to its capacity in Bermuda provided by the new 4,000-passenger Norwegian Breakaway.
New to Alaska, Norwegian Sun will cut through the waters of the Inside Passage and Glacier Bay with stops at Ketchikan, Skagway and Juneau from May 20 on seven-day voyages from Vancouver, Canada and Whittier, Alaska. Norwegian Jewel and Norwegian Pearl will ply similar waters, each offering 18 seven-day voyages from Seattle, Washington or Victoria, British Columbia.
Four new Cruisetour options on Norwegian Sun’s cruises from Whittier Alaska offer four to six day post- or pre-cruise land tours with exploratory ventures into Denali National Park and rides on the Alaskan railroad.
Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Star, Norwegian Jade and Norwegian Spirit will surround Europe with Western Mediterranean, Baltic, Eastern Mediterranean and Grand Mediterranean itineraries respectively.
And Bermuda will be opened up to passengers on Norwegian Breakaway and the recently renovated Norwegian Dawn, each offering 22 seven-day cruises, from New York and Boston respectively.
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