Thanks to the ever-changing COVID situation, many Norwegian Cruise Line guests have questions and concerns regarding their upcoming sailings.
Whether you have a cruise planned or are looking to book one with NCL in the coming months, it’s important to know which ships are currently sailing and when the rest of the vessels comprising their 17-ship fleet will resume services.
We’re also including that information in the chart below because many of Norwegian’s ships have been repositioned — both in terms of where they’ll be sailing from and the itineraries available.
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|Los Angeles, California
|New Orleans, Louisiana
|San Juan, Puerto Rico
|Port Canaveral, Florida
|New York, New York
|March 30, 2022
|Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
|March 29, 2022
|Panama City, Panama
|February 7, 2022
|March 2, 2022
|May 7, 2022
|April 3, 2022
|May 5, 2022
|Pride of America
|April 9, 2022
Note that these restart dates are accurate at the time this article was published, but they can change at any time. Keep an eye on the Norwegian Cruise Line website and your email for the most up-to-date information about your specific ship and sailing.
Meanwhile, Norwegian Cruise Line’s current protocols require that all guests be fully vaccinated at least two weeks before the date of departure.
Additionally all guests booked on sailings departing before February 28th, 2022 will be tested (at the expense of the cruise line) at the pier.
As of March 1, 2022, guests will be required to provide proof of a negative antigen or PCR test result administered by a verified third party provider or via a medically supervised home test conducted within two days prior to boarding for cruises originating in a U.S. port and three days prior for voyages departing from a non-U.S. port.
We will update this article if and when changes are announced.
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