Norwegian Getaway
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[quote_box_right]“We will continue to offer a variety of exciting cruises for our guests to choose from in 2015,” said Kevin Sheehan, Norwegian’s President and CEO.

“Back by popular demand, guests can continue to experience the best of Europe on their choice of four beautiful ships, cruise Alaska on some of the youngest ships in the industry, and experience the incredible innovations and unparalleled entertainment of the ship that brings the best of NYC to sea, Norwegian Breakaway, and Miami’s Ultimate ship, Norwegian Getaway.”[/quote_box_right]

Today Norwegian Cruise Line has announced it’s summer and year round 2015 cruises. Whats special about the new itineraries is that the cruise lines new ship Norwegian Getaway will also be added to the list! The new ship will be sailing from Miami, Florida year round on 7 night cruises to the delight of cruisers in the sunshine state. Getaway will be departing Miami every Saturday sailing to Tortola, British Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands and the popular Nassau, Bahamas.

So lets take a look at each cruise region and see what Norwegian Cruise Lines 2015 itineraries will look like:

Europe Itineraries

Four ships will be deployed in Europe for the 2015 summer cruising season. The largest ship in the NCL fleet the Norwegian Epic will make a return to the region for the fifth time! The ship will sail 7-night Mediterranean cruises from Barcelona, Spain and Romes cruise port called Chivitavecchia in Italy. Norwegian Epic summer sailings will begin from May 3rd to November 22 2015. The ship will sail to popular destination in three different countries including France, Spain and Italy.

Norwegian Star will also return to Europe for Baltic Capitals cruises sailing from the Northern European city of Copenhagen, Denmark. The ship will first sail from the city on May 11 and again on May 27 2015. Norwegian Star will then do more sailings between May 3 and November 22 2015. Another itinerary the Norwegian Star will be doing is a one-off cruise also sailing from Copenhagen in Denmark. This one-off voyage will be a 14-night North Cape cruise setting sail on June 12 2015.

Norwegian Star is to sail another one-off cruise British cruise around the country which will be departing from Copenhagen, Denmark for a 12-night cruise. Amsterdam will also be included in the route but Wales in the UK will be missed out. And finally the Norwegian Star is to sail on a 7-night Norwegian Fjords also departing from Copenhagen in Denmark but there will only be two of these cruises on May 20 and June 5 2015.

Norwegian Jade will make a come back to Venice, Italy for the European summer cruising season. The ship will sail two different 7-night itineraries both departing from the famous Italian city from April 25 to October 17 2015. The ship will sail Greek Isles and Adriatic, Greece and Turkey voyages. Norwegian Cruise Line will also add a special one time 14-night voyage to Norwegian Jade which begins on July 11 from Venice.

And the fourth ship to sail in Europe for 2015 is the Norwegian Spirit. The ship will sail 12-night cruises departing from Barcelona in Spain from April 25 through to October 24 2015. This will be a Grand Mediterranean cruise stopping at many popular posts in the region.

Bermuda Itineraries

There will be two cruise ships sailing to Bermuda in the 2015 summer season. NCL’s first Breakaway class ship the Norwegian breakaway will be departing from New York on 7-night voyages which will also stop at the destination between May to October 2015. Norwegian Dawn will also visit Bermuda sailing from Boston. The ship will be doing 7-night cruises starting from May 1 to September 4 and then again from October 9 to October 23 2015.

Caribbean Itineraries

As mention at the start of this article the Norwegian getaway which is Norwegian Cruise Lines upcoming cruise ship will be the main ship sailing the Caribbean all year round from Miami, Florida.

Alaska Itineraries

Norwegian Jewel will set sail from the rainy city of Seattle and sail 7-night Sawyer Glacier cruises starting from May 16 to September 12 2015. The ship also do a one time special sailing on May 7 to the Glacier Bay for 9-nights.

Norwegian pearl will be another ship sailing in Alaska for the 2015 summer cruise season. The ship will be setting sail from Seattle on a 7-night cruise to the Glacier Bay from May 17 to September 20 2015. The ship will call at popular destinations in the region including Canada. Pearl will also be doing a one-off sailing from Vancouver in Canada to Seattle in the US. This cruise will start on May 7 2015 and will be a 10-night Glacier Bay voyage.

Norwegian Sun will be another ship sailing in the region starting off with 7-night cruises from Vancouver, Canada and ending in Seaward, USA. This itinerary will begin from May 25 all the way to September 7 2015. As always the cruises will include a voyage through the Glacier Bay which passengers are sure to enjoy. The Popular ports of  Ketchikan, Skagway and Juneau will also be called at. The ship will also be offering some special cruises only three times which will be 7-night cruises departing from Vancouver, Canada on a round trip voyage. And finally a one time 10-night cruise also departing from Vancouver on May 8 2015 will be available for booking.

Canada & New England Itineraries

Norwegian Dawn will be sailing between Boston and Quebec starting from September 11 to October 2 2015 on one way voyages. Norwegian Gem will be doing 7-night cruises departing from New York on September 12 to October 3 2015. All the typical North American posts are included in the route along with the popular port of Halifax. The ship will also be doing a special 6-night Canadian and New England voyage two times only. It will be on June 7 and June 17 2015 from New York.

Hawaii Itineraries

Pride of America which is an American registered cruise ship will carry on cruising from Americas most exotic port of call. The ship will do 7-night cruises departing from Honolulu all the way through to April 2017!

So what do you think of NCL’s 2015 summer itineraries? Anything your really like the sound of? Let us know in the comments below.