One of Norwegian Cruise Line’s largest ships, Norwegian Epic arrived in Port Canaveral to begin her winter season last week. The ship will be operating three, four, six, and seven-day cruises to the eastern and western Caribbean and the Bahamas.
Norwegian Epic is returning home to the United States after spending a year in Europe, where she underwent an extensive refurbishment. The vessel is the largest Norwegian ship to ever homeport in Canaveral, and her 2016-2017 season will allow guests a vast range of Caribbean itineraries.
The ship’s itineraries are as follows:
- Eastern Caribbean – Tortola, St. Thomas, and Great Stirrup Cay
- Western Caribbean – Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, and Great Stirrup Cay
- Bahamas – Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay
Guests looking to celebrate the holidays onboard can do so with two sail date options, including a seven-day western Caribbean sailing departing December 23, or a seven-day eastern Caribbean sailing departing December 30 for a New Year’s cruise.
Following her extensive revitalization, Epic is returning home to America with new amenities and entertainment. All of the restaurants have received a modern refresh as well as new menus and more flexible dining options. The ship also features two new broadway shows: Burn the Floor, which has received rave reviews on other ships, and Ballroom Blitz, a high-energy show featuring an international cast of world-renowned dancers. Also featured is Priscille, Queen of the Desert – The Musical, based on the Oscar-winning movie.
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