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Norwegian Cruise Line Launches ‘Captivating’ 2024 Summer Season in Europe

Norwegian Getaway
Summer 2024 European cruises [Image Norwegian Cruise Line on Facebook]
This summer season kicked off on April 19, when the Norwegian Epic moored in Civitavecchia in Rome, Italy. It then set sail from its summer homeport on a 10-day journey around the Greek Isles and Italy.

Norwegian Cruise Line launches 2024 summer season

Speaking about the cruise line’s summer season, David J. Herrera, President of the company said in a statement:

As we return to Europe for this season, our goal remains consistent—curating unmatched and captivating experiences for guests to immerse in Europe’s most iconic and sought-after destinations, while delivering value for them to maximize their journey with us.

Norwegian Cruise Line unveils summer 2024 European cruise season
Summer 2024 European cruise season [Image Norwegian Cruise Line on Facebook]
In the summer of 2024, Norwegian Cruise Line offers 101 itineraries in Europe, on board nine of its ships. These itineraries include 38 roundtrip voyages and 63 especially exciting trips. Norwegian’s cruise ships will head to 140 ports in Northern Europe, the Greek Isles, the Mediterranean and along the Atlantic coast.

Meanwhile, some of the cruises also feature overnight calls in locations like Florence, Italy; Istanbul, Turkey; and Reykjavik, Iceland.

Where will cruises depart from?

Norwegian Cruise Line’s summer European cruises will sail out of 13 ports, including Le Havre, France; New York City and Oslo, Norway. Along the way, guests will get to spend on average 10 hours in port. Once there they can choose from a selection of shore excursions, including food, architecture and local experiences.

Norwegian Escape
Norwegian Escape [Image Norwegian Cruise Line on Facebook]
Moreover, guests can also extend their cruise by adding pre- or post-cruise trips. These include roundtrip flights, transportation, excursions and hotel stays. Meanwhile, they can choose from cruise tours in 10 European destinations, including Paris, France; Istanbul, Turkey; Barcelona, Spain; Rome and Venice in Italy and Reykjavik, Iceland; Rome and Venice, Italy.

Norwegian Cruise Lines hopes to attract new travelers

With its latest European cruises, the cruise line hopes to attract travelers who would normally book land-based vacations.

Speaking of the cruise line’s plans, Herrera said:

We have found that cruising to Europe with NCL offers up to 40 percent more value than a similar land-based vacation, making it not just a memorable experience, but a cost-effective one.

There is still time for guests to book that last-minute trip to Europe with NCL and enjoy the beauty of waking up in a new destination nearly every day.

Quick look at Norwegian’s summer European season

Santorini, Greece
[Image Norwegian Cruise Line on Facebook]
Norwegian Getaway will homeport in Athens, Greece and will offer seven- to 10-day roundtrip voyages around the beautiful Greek Isles.

Meanwhile, Norwegian Star will launch several 12- to 14-day amazing sailings between New York City and Reykjavik, Iceland, in July and August.

Norwegian Escape is offering eight- to 10-day roundtrip sailings in the Western Mediterranean. Moreover, it will also feature seven- to 11-day sailings in France, Greece and Italy.

Norwegian Viva will be spending summer sailing in the Mediterranean, with a selection of 9-, 10- and 11-day cruises from May through November.

Check out the website for Norwegian Cruise Lines here for more information.



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