NCL launches 2024 Europe season

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has launched its 2024 Europe travel season with the arrival of Norwegian Epic to its seasonal homeport of Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy, from where it embarks on a 10-day Greek Isles and Italy voyage.

During this summer travel season, guests embarking on NCL cruises in Europe will have the opportunity to choose from 101 distinctive itineraries with 38 roundtrips and 63 open-jaw sailings, calling to 140 captivating ports across Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, Greek Isles, and the Atlantic Coast.

Additionally, guests can fully explore highlight destinations such as Istanbul, Turkey; Florence (Livorno), Italy and Reykjavik, Iceland with select itineraries offering overnight calls. Cruises will be departing from 13 homeports with New York City; Le Havre (Paris), France; and Oslo, Norway being three brand new options for NCL voyages to Europe.

NCL will have a total of nine ships1 in region, including its newest innovative vessels, Norwegian Prima and Norwegian Viva, as well as Norwegian Escape, which returns to Europe following its first successful season in 2022.

David J. Herrera, president of Norwegian Cruise Line, said: “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.”

Herrera continued: “In fact, we have found that cruising to Europe with NCL offers up to 40%2  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.”

Norwegian will have nine ships in Europe for the summer season, including Norwegian Escape, Norwegian Prima, and Norwegian Star.

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