Cozumel is an island that lies around 12 miles off the eastern side of the mainland of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Cozumel is famous for scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, white sand beaches, shopping, and rich history. If you're planning a Caribbean cruise with Norwegian that makes a port stop in Cozumel, Mexico, here are some of the top things you should incorporate in your cruise plans.
When considering a cruise, images of lavish buffets, all-night entertainment, and luxury spa treatments often come to mind. With Norwegian Cruise Line, these amenities and more await you. However, your onboard experience is only half of a total cruise holiday experience. When sailing Norwegian, be prepared to savour adventures, visiting some of the world's most famous cities and natural wonders through Norwegian's shore excursions.
Have you been lucky enough to visit Puerto Rico? If you haven't, you're missing out, and if you have, isn't it time to return? Let's show Puerto Rico the love during this important time of rebuilding. Much of this beautiful Caribbean island is open and ready for business. There’s never been a better time to cruise from San Juan.
If you're cruising to The Caribbean, the ABC islands, comprised of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao, should be a top choice for your holiday. Recently on Chasing the Sun, we featured “A Guide to Aruba” and “A Guide to Bonaire” as part of a 3-part blog series on Exploring the ABC Islands of the Dutch Caribbean. As we wrap up this series, we will focus on the last of the ABC Islands: Curacao!
Continuing the tradition of iconic hull art on its award-winning ships, Norwegian Cruise Line announced today that Norwegian Encore’s hull design will be the creation of renowned Spanish artist Eduardo Arranz-Bravo. Set to debut in Miami in November 2019, Norwegian Encore will be the fourth and final ship in the fleet’s Breakaway-Plus class.
The ABC Islands are made up of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao located in the Southern Caribbean, also known as the Dutch Caribbean. Recently on Chasing the Sun, we featured “A Guide to Aruba” as part of a 3-part blog series on Cruising the ABC Islands of the Dutch Caribbean. Now we will take a deeper look at Bonaire, which is located to the east of both Aruba and Curacao in the Southern Caribbean Sea.
Even though you're going on a cruise, you don't need to skip your daily exercise. In fact, a cruise holiday is an ideal time to shake up your fitness routine by trying a new sport or incorporating an entirely new activity into the mix. Here are seven ways to stay fit on your next cruise with Norwegian.
Norwegian Cruise Line offers several cruise itineraries featuring the ABC islands, which are comprised of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao. These islands are located within close proximity to one another in the Southern Caribbean, also known as the Dutch Caribbean. In this article, we'll explore all there is to see and do on a cruise to Aruba.
If you've ever cruised to Bermuda, you've likely seen the colourful Bermuda flag flying high just as your cruise ship pulls in close to the port. The flag of Bermuda, which was created in 1910, features the British Union Flag in the upper left corner, a red ensign, and the Bermuda coat of arms on the right. This banner is certainly unique, but have you ever wondered about the significance of these symbols? Check out this history of the Bermuda flag and learn what each of these markings represents.
Not only is cruising with kids possible, but it's also one of the most memorable, action-packed experiences you can plan as a family. In fact, Norwegian Cruise Line makes it easier than ever before to cruise with kids of all ages thanks to Norwegian's complimentary youth programmes. Still, a little planning will make the cruise more enjoyable for kids and parents alike. If you've booked a family cruise and wonder what you've gotten yourself into, don't worry! We've got you covered. Follow these seven tips for cruising with kids, and get ready to enjoy an unforgettable family holiday.
Do you want to travel the world on your own terms? Do you love making your own holiday choices? Are you an adventurous world traveller who doesn't wait for others to experience what the world has to offer? If so, then solo cruising is for you. Travelling solo and cruise holidays go hand in hand. Cruising offers much for solo travellers. You get the freedom to do what you want. Plus, you'll discover plenty of chances to meet and mingle with other cruise guests.
Norwegian Cruise Line is about to spread joy along the West Coast — Norwegian Joy, that is. Originally built to cruise in Asian waters, Norwegian Joy is bringing its grandeur to the West Coast by offering year-round sailings to Alaska, the Mexican Riviera, the Pacific Coast, and the Panama Canal starting in April 2019. Before taking on the new itineraries, Norwegian Joy will undergo $50 million in upgrades, including a Starbucks® store. But that's not all. Norwegian Joy also has a few tricks up her sleeve, including some stunning Observation Lounges and a race track.
With 16 bars and lounges on board the brand-new Norwegian Bliss, there's no shortage of fun and libations to enjoy on your next cruise holiday. Whether you're sailing to Alaska and taking in the stunning glacier views from the Observation Lounge bar or cruising to The Caribbean with a fresh mojito in hand, these hot spots have something for your every holiday mood.