Norwegian Cruise Line has revealed its winter 2024/2025 and summer 2025 schedule for destinations including Europe, the Caribbean, Alaska, and more.
Schedule highlights include:
Greek Isles, Israel, and Egypt
Norwegian Viva, which is scheduled to debut in August 2023, will offer select roundtrip seven-day Greek Isles voyages from Piraeus, Greece, plus nine to 11-day open jaw sailings between Haifa, Israel; Piraeus; and Istanbul, Turkey from May through November 2025.
The sailings will call to ports including Santorini, Mykonos, Rhodes, and Heraklion, Greece; offer 15-hour port stays in Ashdod (Jerusalem), Israel; and call to Alexandria and Port Said, Egypt — allowing plenty of time for guests to visit the pyramids.
From May through September 2025, Norwegian Prima will operate a series of 10 and 11-day open-jaw voyages from Southampton, England and Reykjavik, Iceland with itineraries to Geiranger, Alesund, Flåm, and Bergen, Norway; Brussels/Bruges, Belgium; Akureyri, Iceland; and Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Starting April 2025 and running through October 2025, Norwegian Breakaway will offer nine and 10-day roundtrip Mediterranean voyages from Barcelona, Spain with an overnight call in Livorno, Italy — providing two full days for passengers to visit Pisa and/or Florence. The two itineraries will also call to Ibiza, Spain; Cagliari, Naples, and Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy; Cannes, France; and more.
Sailing roundtrip from New York City, Norwegian Prima will offer 10 to 12-day Caribbean voyages from November 2024 through March 2025, visiting Puerto Plata, San Juan, St. Kitts, St. Thomas, Tortola, and Bermuda.
For the second year, Norwegian Viva will homeport in San Juan, Puerto Rico from December 2024 through April 2025, offering seven-day roundtrip southern Caribbean sailings with no sea days. The various itineraries will include visits to St. Lucia and Barbados, while select itineraries will call to the ABC Islands (Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao) and more in the western Caribbean.
Norwegian Escape will operate seven and 14-day Caribbean voyages from December 2024 through March 2025 from Galveston, Texas. The vessel will offer seven-day western Caribbean itineraries calling to Costa Maya, Cozumel, Roatán, and Norwegian’s private destination in Belize — Harvest Caye.
Those seeking a longer voyage can take one of the ship’s 14-day Caribbean voyages, which visits St. Thomas, St. Lucia, Grand Cayman, Cozumel, NCL’s private Bahamian island Great Stirrup Cay, and more.
During the Alaska season from late April through October 2025, Norwegian Joy will make her return to The Last Frontier and offer nine and 10-day roundtrip sailings from Seattle to allow for a longer, more immersive experience. Sailings will include scenic cruising in Glacier Bay National Park and Reserve and to Hubbard Glacier. Select voyages will also call to Icy Strait Point and Ketchikan.
Norwegian Encore will traverse the 40-mile Panama Canal during her unique 21-day Extraordinary Journey starting October 13, 2024 from Seattle, sailing down the west coast to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, Acapulco, Puerto Quetzal, Panama City, Cartagena, and Grand Cayman, with the adventure concluding in Miami.