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10-day Cruise on Norwegian Dawn

British Isles: England & Ireland

from London (Southampton), England

Cruise through the best of the British Isles with Norwegian. Beatles fans will rejoice with a stop in Liverpool at the Beatles Story - an in-depth exhibition devoted to the Fab Four - and a visit to The Cavern Club where the band played their way to stardom. From Dun Laoghaire, journey through Dublin's bustling city centre and into the enchanting countryside to tour the grounds of Powerscourt, one of the world's great gardens situated at the foot of Sugar Loaf Mountain. Home to the infamous Titanic, you can learn all about the ship at Titanic Belfast or travel outside the city to historic Dunluce Castle and enjoy sweeping views from atop rugged cliffs.
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    Sail in luxury and style on the updated Norwegian Dawn.
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    See what you can discover by sea in the British Isles.
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10 Days. 10 Ports. 1 Amazing Holiday.
Port of Call
London (Southampton), England
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Protected from the frequent storms of the English Channel by the Isle of Wight, Southampton has survived a turbulent history to serve as a principal port of the United Kingdom today. Pay homage to one of the most famous ships to sail these shores at the Mayflower Memorial. Visit the stoic walls of Bargate and the Tudor House Museum.

Port of Call
Portland, England
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Located along the English Channel, Portland is divided into two areas: north and south. The south end is where extensive stone quarries lie, a resource important to the region. Unique to the city is the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy, which hosts world sailing championships.

Port of Call
Cork (Cobh), Ireland
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Ireland's third largest city is a wonderful walking city built on the River Lee. Visit St. Finn Barre's Cathedral, a wonderful, triple-spired example of French-gothic architecture, and spend some time in The Old Gaol, where original 19th century cells tell some fascinating tales.

Port of Call
Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Located in northwest England, Liverpool is a bustling maritime city. Dating back to the 13th century, Liverpool boasts some of the country's best museums and galleries and a rich cultural heritage. The city is home to a well-known symphony orchestra and two world-class professional football (soccer) teams. And of course, every Beatles fan knows Liverpool as the hometown of the world-famous band.

Port of Call
Dublin (Dun Laoghaire), Ireland
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Discover the storied history of Ireland's largest city, Dublin. Take a whimsical walk along Dún Laoghaire's iconic East Pier or make your way up to the crest of Killiney Hill to experience the most majestic views of the capital. Treat yourself to a pint of Irish stout after exploring the history of beer at the Guinness Storehouse or imbibe a little Irish whiskey at one of the many historic pubs. Then stroll through St. Stephen's Green in the centre of the city before surveying the selection of shops along Grafton Street.

Port of Call
Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Exploring Belfast is a treat for urban fans. The city is rife with trendy cafés, restaurants, and nightlife yet it also boasts a lovely historical district. Whilst the city is packed with things to do, rural landscapes are within a short reach.

Port of Call
Kirkwall, Orkney Isles, Scotland
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This starkly beautiful island holds many ancient treasures like the mysterious Standing Stones of Stenness and the 5,000-year-old village of Skara Brae, which was discovered with the furniture and indoor drains preserved. Make sure to visit the striking trio of St. Magnus Cathedral, the nearby ruins of the Earl's Palace and Bishop's Palace. After touring, stop in a pub to chow down on salmon and lamb dishes with the locals. And ask them about the wide range of Kirkwall's speciality items, which includes cashmere, whiskey and crafts.

Port of Call
Edinburgh (Newhaven), Scotland
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Make sure you pack your walking shoes for Edinburgh. Stroll along the medieval Royal Mile to the Palace of Holyroodhouse to see the abbey and Queen Mary's chambers. Savour the old town's marvellous Georgian and Victorian architecture. Marvel at the impressive Edinburgh Castle, high on its volcanic crag with a fabulous view. Visit St. Giles' Cathedral where John Knox once preached. Leave enough time to rest your legs at one of Edinburgh's seaside restaurants to enjoy fresh salmon, scallops, lamb and prime Angus beef.

Port of Call
Newcastle (Tyne), England
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Situated on the River Tyne in northeast England, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne is a hub for arts, sciences and history. This Victorian city was born from the coal and steel industries and today boasts excellent art galleries, numerous delicious restaurants and cultural and historical attractions. Enjoy a walking tour of Newcastle and trace the city's history back to the Celtic Age. Venture below ground into the historic Victoria Tunnel that was built for coal wagons between 1839 and 1842 and then used as an air raid shelter during World War II. Your children (or your inner child) will love stepping into the hands-on museum Seven Stories that's a celebration of children's literature. There's something for everyone to enjoy in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.

Port of Call
Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Affectionately known as the "Venice of the North," Amsterdam is actually situated below sea level and built entirely on stakes driven into the ground. The Anne Frank House, The Hague and a Delft Blue Pottery Factory are but a few of the sights that await your arrival. Explore more of Amsterdam on a European cruise!

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Staterooms & Accommodation
There's nothing like starting your morning with a glass of sunshine and fresh ocean breezes on your own private balcony. Norwegian offers a wide range of contemporary and lavish accommodations designed for you, your family or even a retreat with your besties. From convenient adjoining staterooms to the Penthouse (includes a private butler), we've made room for every holidaying style.
  • Mini‑Suite / Club Balcony Suite

  • Suite

  • Oceanview

  • Balcony

  • Inside

Experience Norwegian Dawn
Welcome aboard your best holiday yet.
  • Best for Families
    Best for Families
  • 2016
    Remodeled Date
  • 2,340
    Double Occupancy
Dining
Dine how and when you want and where your palate leads you with more than a dozen dining options. Discover our Main Dining Rooms, where our daily changing menus are as fresh as the ingredients, or reserve a seat at a speciality restaurant for a taste of something unique and unexpected. With no fixed dining times or pre-assigned seating and superb culinary experiences, nobody does dining like Norwegian.
  • Teppanyaki

    Teppanyaki

  • Los Lobos Cantina

    Los Lobos Cantina

  • La Cucina

    La Cucina

Bars & Lounges
With so many bars and lounges to discover, finding your favourite may take a few days. Pop some bubbly and toast the good life inside Gatsby's Champagne Bar. Kick back with a cocktail then dance it out at Spinnaker Lounge. Work on perfecting your tan as you relax poolside at Topsiders Bar. Whether you're looking to meet up with friends or make new ones, there's always an opportunity to mix it up.
  • Bliss Ultra Lounge

    Bliss Ultra Lounge

  • Sugarcane Mojito Bar

    Sugarcane Mojito Bar

  • Bimini Bar & Grill

    Bimini Bar & Grill

Entertainment
When it comes to the entertainment on Norwegian Dawn, there's never a dull moment. Revel in amazing music and dance with the four elements of Earth, Air, Water & Fire at Norwegian's original production show, Elements. Rock the night away with this high energy party that celebrates the sounds of soul to the raw force of Rock 'n' Roll. When you cruise with Norwegian, it's showtime. All the time.
  • Elements

    Elements

  • Soul Rockin' Nights

    Soul Rockin' Nights

  • Showdown

    Showdown

Activities
From bow to stern, Norwegian has enough onboard activities to fill every minute of your cruise. Indulge in a refreshing swim in the pool or a relaxing dip in one of our covered hot tubs on the pool deck. Enjoy a workout with a view at our state-of-the-art Pulse Fitness Centre. Bet on a great time at one of our casino games. With so much to do, we'll have you returning for more.
  • Casino

    Casino

  • T-Rex Kid's Pool

    T-Rex Kid's Pool

  • Sports Court

    Sports Court

Spa
Feel free to slow it down, way down, at our award-winning Mandara Spa. Slide into relaxation with a hot stone massage-just one of over 50 speciality treatments offered. Let some steam off in the sauna or recline into pampering with facials, manicures, pedicures and more. "Me time" has never felt so good as at our onboard spa.
  • Massage

    Massage

  • Manicures

    Manicures

  • Sauna

    Sauna

Onboard Shopping
Forget to pack something? No worries! Our gift shops on board carry everything you'll need to help make your holiday incredible. Shop from a variety of souvenirs, cosmetics, clothing, snacks and sundry items. Treat yourself at our duty-free shops full of fantastic savings on fine jewellery, accessories, perfume, liquor and tobacco.
  • Colombian Emeralds International

    Colombian Emeralds International

  • Galleria Shops

    Galleria Shops

  • Tradewinds

    Tradewinds

Explore Top Shore Excursions

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