Norwegian Cruise Line will be embarking on a number of fantastic trips this year – and Cruise 1st Australia has some of the very best deals.
Keep reading to find out more about what a cruise trip with NCL is all about – or take a look at our range of trips here.
About Norwegian Cruise Line
Founded as Norwegian Caribbean Line back in 1966, the company started out as a one-ship operation, ferrying passengers between Europe and the Caribbean.
Today, the company is headquartered in Miami-Dade County, and offers cruises to a wide variety of beautiful destinations around the globe. Norwegian Cruise Line continues to grow as a company and will be introducing four new cruise ships over the next few years.
One of the cruise line’s most famous features is its ‘Freestyle Cruising’, which aims for a more relaxed atmosphere by doing away with set meal times, seating plans or formal dress code. So if you’re looking for a great cruise with a laid-back feel, look no further than Norwegian Cruise Lines.
Norwegian Cruise Line ships
Norwegian Cruise Line currently operates 11 ships – soon to be 12, when the new Norwegian Breakaway embarks on its inaugural run at the end of April. There are also plans for new ships for at least the next three years.
Pride of America
Norwegian Breakaway – new ship to be launched on April 30th, 2013
Norwegian Getaway – Breakaway Class ship scheduled for 2014
Unnamed – Breakaway Class ship scheduled for 2015
Unnamed – Breakaway Class ship scheduled for 2016
Norwegian Cruise Line trips in 2013
Here are just a few examples of the fantastic trips Norwegian Cruise Lines has planned for this year:
Maiden Transatlantic – fly/stay/cruise
27th April 2013 for 15 nights
The brand new Norwegian Breakaway’s maiden voyage is a transatlantic trip – starting with a flight from Australia to London, on to Southampton and then cruising to New York, before flying back to Australia.
Baltic Capitals – round trip from Copenhagen
7th May 2013 for 9 nights
Starting at Copenhagen and stopping at Warnemunde, Tallinn, St Petersburg, Helsinki, Stockholm and back to Copenhagen.
Croatia, Greece & Turkey – fly/stay/cruise
19th September 2013 for 12 nights
Flying to Venice, before cruising to Dubrovnik (Croatia), Piraeus (Athens), Izmir (Turkey), Split (Croatia), back to Venice and then flying back to Australia.
Hawaiian Islands – fly/stay/cruise
Pride of America
28th November 2013 for 12 nights
Flying to Honolulu, and then cruising to Kahului, Hilo, Kona, Nawiliwili and back to Honolulu, before flying back to Australia.
These are only some of the exciting trips offered by Norwegian Cruise Lines. To see the full range, visit our Norwegian Cruise Lines page at Cruise 1st Australia.