NCL Readies For A Return To Cruising
Norwegian Cruise Line is readying for cruise’s return by showcasing a range of journeys that are designed for experienced cruisers. Damian Borg, NCL’s director of sales for Australia and New Zealand, says the sailings offer longer, one-of-a-kind and port-rich experiences ‘to inspire our guests to embark on an adventure of in-depth discovery to some of the world’s most exceptional regions’. “We fully expect the recovery of the cruise industry to be led by experienced cruisers, and these itineraries are perfect for well-travelled clients who are seeking a distinctive cruise holiday,” he adds.
Designed to offer immersive and meaningful travel experiences, the new 2021 and 2022 itineraries visit destinations across all seven continents, including for the first time Antarctica. Itinerary highlights include Norwegian Star’s 14-day Antarctica & South America from Buenos Aires itinerary, which includes Elephant Island and Deception Island.
Departures are available 13 and 27 Feb 2022, with prices from $4073pp (inside cabin).
NCL is also offering Africa cruises roundtrip from Cape Town for the first time, while Norwegian Sun will sail ex Tokyo to Seattle, Alaska and Russia.
Resource: Tabs on Travel