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Norwegian Cruise line opens new bookings into 2023

Norwegian Cruise Line Opens Bookings Through 2023

Norwegian Cruise Line opened bookings for new sailings that extend into 2023.

Norwegian announced guests can begin booking cruises in 2021 through 2023, with voyages to over 20 new destinations across all seven continents.

“The just-announced itineraries for 2021 through 2023 are designed to provide guests with vacations of a lifetime,” said Harry Sommer, Norwegian Cruise Line president and chief executive officer. “At this moment, we are in our respective corners of the world destination daydreaming. We wanted to use this time to provide our loyal guests with the best-of-the-best itineraries. We’ll set sail to more than 20 new incredible destinations including Antarctica, Greenland and South Africa while also sailing to the over 300 destinations our guests have come to love. This time around, we’re giving our guests more time to plan their long-awaited vacations as well as additional extraordinary ports-of-call. We can’t wait for them to experience these vacations of a lifetime.”

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Among the new destinations featured in the itineraries are:

  • Elephant Island, Antarctica (No disembarkation) – January 2021 (Norwegian Star)
  • Deception Island, Antarctica (No disembarkation) – January 2021 (Norwegian Star)
  • Nagoya, Japan – November 2021 (Norwegian Sun)
  • Beppu, Japan – November 2021 (Norwegian Sun)
  • Durban, South Africa – December 2021 (Norwegian Jade)
  • Luderitz, Namibia – December 2021 (Norwegian Jade)
  • Walvis Bay, Namibia – December 2021 (Norwegian Jade)
  • Timaru, New Zealand – December 2021 (Norwegian Spirit)
  • Manila, Philippines – February 2022 (Norwegian Sun)
  • Coron, Philippines – February 2022 (Norwegian Sun)
  • Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia – February 2022 (Norwegian Sun
  • Muara, Brunei Darussalam – February 2022 (Norwegian Sun)
  • Melaka, Malaysia – February 2022 (Norwegian Sun)
  • Miyakojima (Okinawa), Japan – March 2022 (Norwegian Sun)
  • Himeji, Japan – March 2022 (Norwegian Sun)
  • Fortaleza, Brazil – March 2022 (Norwegian Star)
  • Salvador de Bahia, Brazil – March 2022 (Norwegian Star)
  • Nuuk, Greenland – July 2022 (Norwegian Star)
  • Qaqortoq, Greenland – July 2022 (Norwegian Star)
  • Nanortalik, Greenland – July 2022 (Norwegian Star)
  • Yangon, Myanmar – November 2022 (Norwegian Spirit)
  • Maputo, Mozambique – January 2023 (Norwegian Jade)
  • Kampot, Cambodia – January 2023 (Norwegian Sun)