The line has released an ultimate guide to their 2019 to 2022 sailings around the world in a Worldwide Cruising Guide, featuring new itineraries, information on fleet upgrades and the NCL onboard experience and more.
The guide takes you through the dining, entertainment, amenity and accommodation aboard NCL and also includes an overview of destinations popular with Australian and New Zealand cruisers from across the globe.
You be able to find Hawaii, Europe, Alaska and Asia and local itineraries, as well as ship deck plans and renderings of the full cabin layout on different ships.
Click here to browse and download NCL’s Worldwide Cruising Guide 2019 – 2022.
Here are some of the ship deployment highlights:
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- Refurbished in 2018, Norwegian Jewel is returning for her 2019/20 summer sailing season, where she’ll be cruising some exciting new itineraries including a 17-day South Pacific voyage departing 14 Nov, 2019 from Papeete, and a 21-day Australia and French Polynesia cruise departing 28 Feb 2020 from Sydney.
- Norwegian Jade will cruise Asia in 2019 and 2020, with Norwegian Spirit also cruising the region in 2020. Cruises will depart from Singapore, Tokyo and Hong Kong.
- Eight award-winning ships will sail Europe in 2020/21 to destinations including Rome, Santorini, St. Petersburg and more.
- New Hawai’i cruises onboard Norwegian Jewel, including an 11-Day Hawaii from Vancouver itinerary (with departures in both 2019 and 2020) and a 13-Day Hawai’i and French Polynesia from Honolulu voyage, departing 1 November, 2019.
Win one of four cruises to tropical Queensland!
Cruise from Sydney to Tangalooma Resort on the world’s 3rd largest sand island, Moreton Island. Or departing from Brisbane, sail to stunning Airlie Beach – the gateway to the GBR where you can take day trips to iconic locations like Hamilton Island and Whitehaven Beach.