Norwegian Cruise Line announced today that Norwegian Joy will join Norwegian Bliss cruising Alaska in summer 2019.
Norwegian Joy will reposition to Seattle in April 2019 where she will join Norwegian Bliss and Norwegian Pearl offering seven-day cruises to Alaska. The Norwegian Joy will sail Mexican Riviera and Panama Canal cruises in winter offering year-round voyages from the West Coast.
“With $50 million in enhancements including the addition of a Starbucks store and enhanced restaurant, bar venues, and new entertainment options, Norwegian Joy will be a welcome addition for guests looking to cruise on a world-class ship in one of the world’s most sought-after destinations.”
Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line
Norwegian Pearl Sailing Europe
In addition, Norwegian announced Norwegian Pearl will sail to Europe in summer 2019, and Norwegian Jade and Jewel will relocate to Australia and Asia in winter 2019/2020.
Norwegian Pearl will be the cruise line’s sixth ship in the region and will offer new and varied itineraries from Amsterdam as well as Mediterranean sailings from Rome, Barcelona, and Venice.
Additionally, Norwegian Spirit will undergo an extensive bow-to-stern revitalisation as part of “The Norwegian Edge” program before sailing seasonally in China beginning summer 2020. Her journey from Europe to Asia in February 2020 will feature several exclusive sailings with new calls for Norwegian including South Africa, Mauritius, Seychelles, and the Maldives.