OSLO: New ships and great news for lovers of holiday at Sea. Norwegian Cruise Line has decided new South America sailings and Journeys in the Eastern Caribbean and the West Coast.
Norwegian Cruise Line has decided new South America sailings. For the first time since 2010 “Norwegian Sun” will sail a 14-night voyages between Valparaiso in Chile to Buenos Aires in Argentina.
Ports of call include Puerto Montt, Puerto Chacabuco and Punta Arena in Chile, Ushuaia in Argentina, Stanley, Falkland Islands, Puerto Madryn, Argentina and Montevideo, Uruguay. During this journey guests will also enjoy a scenic cruise through the Chilean Fjords, Strait of Magellan and around Cape Horn.
Eastern Caribbean. For those looking to sail the Eastern Caribbean from Miami “Norwegian Pearl” will be the option. From January an 8-night cruise will include a stop at Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas, Great Stirrup Cay. Also on sale is an 11-night roundtrip Panama Canal cruise from Miami aboard “Norwegian Pearl” that will include a stop at Norwegian’s new island in Belize, Harvest Caye. The journey includes ports of call in Cartagena, Colombia, a daytime taste of the Panama Canal, Puerto Lomòn, Costa Rica, Trujillo, Honduras; Harvest Caye, Belize and Costa Maya, Mexico.
West Coast. There are several other journeys from North American West Coast, including a four-night Pacific Coastal from Vancouver on, three 11-night Mexican Riviera cruises from San Diego, a 17-night voyage to South America from San Diego, including a stop in Callao, Peru, from where an option overnight excursion to Machu Piccu, and a 20-night South American Explorer cruise from Valparaiso in Chile to San Francisco