Do you think cruising caters to only people who want to visit tropical islands and white-sand beaches? Think again. From the majestic mountains of Denali National Park to the emerald lakes of Glacier Bay, a 2021 cruise to Alaska's rugged terrain offers some of the most striking vistas on the North American continent. The stunning untouched landscapes provide countless opportunities for once-in-a-lifetime experiences as you explore some of the world's most extraordinary glaciers, wildlife, and national parks.
Ready to find your perfect beach in the Bahamas? Now is the time to plan that tropical beach holiday you've always dreamed of with a 2021 Bahamas cruise aboard Norwegian Cruise Line. To help jump-start the 2021 season, Norwegian is offering great cruise deals, added perks, and flexible booking policies. Opt for a quick three- or four-day weekend getaway or pack a few extra swimsuits for a weeklong Bahamian adventure. It's time to look ahead and start planning your 2021 Bahamas cruise holiday.
Taking a cruise holiday to Asia is one of the best ways to explore the area. You can enjoy scenic waterways and cityscape views you don't get to see when you fly into a destination and explore by land. Norwegian Cruise Line offers some attractive itinerary options in its lineup of 2021 & 2022 Asia cruises. You can choose a journey that primarily includes ports of call within Asia or mix things up with itineraries that include other destinations, like cruises that start in Dubai or end in Australia.
Cruising from Florida offers plenty of opportunities to explore the tropics with cruises that stop in The Virgin Islands, Belize, and even Mexico. If you are researching cruises out of Tampa, you'll find two different cruises departing in late 2021. December is a great month to cruise, and what better place to spend the holidays than the warm and sunny Caribbean.
Have you considered combining your cruise vacation with a trip to some of Florida's famous theme parks? Norwegian Cruise Line offers a number of Orlando cruises departing from Port Canaveral. When you choose one of our Orlando cruises, you can add a few days before or after your cruise and visit places like Walt Disney World, Busch Gardens, or Universal Studios. Cruise itineraries vary from quick Bahamas getaways to an 11-day Caribbean adventure.
Southampton is so much more than just a port city. Shop until you drop at Westquay, one of the top retail destinations in the region. Take a step back in time with a visit to the Medieval Merchant's House in Southampton's Old Town. Learn all about the city's deep maritime connection at the state-of-the-art SeaCity Museum. Then, hop on board one of Norwegians' exciting 2021 cruises from Southampton and explore European gems, such as Norway, Iceland, Scotland, France, Italy, and more.
Cruising from Seattle, Washington, also known as the Emerald City for its lush evergreen forests and stunning natural landscapes, offers an opportunity to explore many well-known claims to fame worth visiting at least once in your lifetime. In fact, sailing from the rainy West Coast city that is the birthplace of both grunge music and Starbucks allows the chance to take in a vast variety of experiences. The coastal city also acts as the home base for the Seattle Seahawks football team, and it's the epicenter of a buzzing tech industry that includes Amazon and Microsoft. For these and many other reasons, Seattle serves as the departure port for some of Norwegian Cruise Line's most exciting cruise itineraries. Let's explore some of the top ports of call you can experience on a cruise from Seattle with Norwegian.
If you’re in need of a break from The Big Apple, a cruise vacation can do just the trick. Norwegian Cruise Line's 2021 New York cruises can take you to Bermuda, the Caribbean, or even on a Transatlantic adventure. You can experience everything from a quick four-day getaway to Bermuda or spend 10-days island hopping in the Caribbean. Have a longer vacation in mind? Norwegian's 15-day Transatlantic cruise is the longest itinerary available on our schedule of 2021 cruises from New York. Just check your calendar and pick a spot. You can leave the rest up to us.
From beautiful beaches and lush rainforests to volcanic landscapes and vibrant sunsets, cruising Hawaii feels like sailing along a slice of heaven right here on Earth. Whether you enjoy spending your day lazing in the sun and sand on pristine beaches, riding towering waves, or learning about local culture and traditions, Norwegian Cruise Line makes it easy for you to find your piece of paradise with an authentic Hawaiian experience. As the only cruise line with a home port in Hawaii, Norwegian offers exciting year-round sailings aboard Pride of America with convenient Saturday departures each week.
Whether you want a warm-weather Caribbean escape, a relaxing Transatlantic cruise, educational and entertaining eco-tourism, or the experience of cruising through the Panama Canal, Norwegian Cruise Line can make it happen from one of our Florida ports. Escape for a quick weekend cruise to the Bahamas or a two week full-transit of the Panama Canal. Our 2021 cruises from Florida will embark in Tampa, Miami, or Orlando (Port Canaveral). If you are considering booking a cruise, here's everything you need to know about our 2021 Florida cruises.
Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian Cruise Line's resort-style private island, features everything from beaches and water sports to refreshments and entertainment. It's a signature experience reserved solely for Norwegian's cruise guests. If you're ready to make your cruise dreams a reality, check out Norwegian's 2021 Great Stirrup Cay cruises now!
Sometimes a cruise isn't about the ports you visit so much as the journey between them. People have been sailing across the Atlantic Ocean for centuries. And if it’s something you’re curious about experiencing, Norwegian Cruise Line offers several Transatlantic cruises that let you enjoy this journey in style while stopping in some iconic ports of call. If you have ever dreamed of cruising across the Atlantic Ocean, here is what you need to know about Norwegian's 2021 Transatlantic cruises.
If you've ever dreamed about cruising through the Panama Canal, Norwegian Cruise Line can make it happen. You just need to decide if you want to do a full transit, visit parts of the Caribbean, or maybe even explore ports down in South America. Our lineup of 2021 Panama Canal cruises is ideal for whichever option is your top choice.
Remember when we used to do fun things like leaving our house and even travelling around the world? It feels like a lifetime ago now, but your time to set sail and explore the globe is just around the corner. We promise. In fact, there's never been a better time to start planning your next tropical holiday with Norwegian Cruise Line. From exciting excursions and jaw-dropping offers to fun-filled destinations, such as a cruise to the Mexican Riviera, Norwegian wants to welcome you back on board in the best way possible.
As travel starts to resume, Norwegian Cruise Line is preparing for passengers to have an even better cruise experience in 2021. We are looking forward to the season with a number of exciting and expanded itineraries. If you have ever dreamed about taking a cruise to South America, there's no better time to book than right now. Here's what you can expect when trying to narrow down your options for 2021 South America cruises.
Antarctica is one of the most pristine destinations on Earth, only accessible to travellers on a cruise. Norwegian Cruise Line offers intrepid travellers the opportunity to experience Antarctica's natural wonders aboard Norwegian Star with 13-day, 14-day, and 15-day itineraries that depart from Buenos Aires, Argentina. If you are considering a cruise to Antarctica next year, Norwegian's 2021 Antarctica cruises are some of the most incredible holidays to add to your list.
Sometimes, you just need a quick break from the real world for a few days. If you’re ready for much-deserved break, start planning your 2021 weekend cruise now! Norwegian Cruise Line makes it easy to escape to paradise with a wide selection of year-round weekend cruises. So even if a heavy workload keeps you from taking time off, you can head out on the high seas for a brief getaway and still make it back to work on Monday morning.