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Norwegian Cruise Line Reveals 2019 Summer Itineraries

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Norwegian Cruise Line has revealed its 2018 summer itineraries and deployments with cruise ships offering cruisers more choice.

We’ve got some breathtaking and adventurous summer 2019 itineraries to look forward to from Norwegian Cruise Line. The cruise line will have ships deployed to offer flexibility and freedom with five ships sailing in Europe, three cruising to Alaska, two calling on Bermuda and more ships sailing the Caribbean and beyond.

Highlights in the 2019 summer offerings include Norwegian Breakaway sailing the Caribbean based from Miami, Norwegian Getaway cruising the Baltic, Norwegian Gem based out of Bostom with cruises to Bermuda and the upcoming Norwegian Bliss to sail a new Glacier Bay itinerary in Alaska.

Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer for Norwegian Cruise Line, said:

“We have carefully crafted a mix of itineraries for summer 2019 that provide our guests with an incredible array of cruise vacation experiences in some of the most sought-after destinations across the globe.”

“With exotic cultural-centric cruises in Europe, adventure opportunities in Alaska and quintessential summer beach getaways in Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Caribbean and Hawaii, Norwegian Cruise Line’s itinerary options will fulfill every summer travel wish list.”


Norwegian Bliss which joins the NCL fleet in 2018 will return to the region for the Summer 2019 season. The new vessel will offer 7-day Glacier bay voyages departing every Sunday from Seattle, Washington starting from May 5 through September 22, 2019. Norwegian Bliss, Norwegian Pearl, and Norwegian Jewel will all be sailing in Alaska for the 2019 summer season.

Take a look at all Norwegian Bliss cruise prices here.


The main highlight for the Caribbean in the 2019 Summer season will be the Norwegian Breakaway repositioning from New Orleans to PortMiami in Florida for the first time. The ship which is the first Breakaway-class vessel will sail Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises from Miami.


Norwegian Getaway will make a return with cruises from Copenhagen for the summer 2019 season. The large Norwegian cruise ship will sail the Baltic starting from June 7 through August 27, 2019. 9-day sailings will be available including an overnight in Russia.

Even More Norwegian Cruise Line Deployments

To check all the new itineraries and deployments from Norwegian Cruise Line it would be best to check their site. Bookings for these new Summer 2019 sailings are open from December 20, 2017. Cruise Hive readers can also check the Norwegian Cruise Line Top 10 Cruise Deals and search for cruises.

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