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Norwegian Cruise Line
Norwegian Cruise Line has a long history of offering cruises. They were set up in 1966 and Norwegian Caribbean Line. They offer American-style cruising and have 17 ships ranging from medium to large ships. Norwegian are a modern and fun cruise line that offers a freestyle cruising concept. This means there is no set dining times, no set tables and no dress code.
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This Weeks Cruise News Roundup for the Week of July 8, 2020, bringing together news from accross the industry. This edition includes updates from Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Disney Cruise Line and Cunard.
As Norwegian Joy gets ready to make her debut in North America this May, NCL announced the unique entertainment options that will await guests on board.
Norwegian announced the exiting line up of Shows, Entertainment and features on the upcoming Norwegian Encore
Norwegian Bliss will move to Port of Los Angeles to sail Mexican Riviera Cruises. She will return to Seattle in May 2019, joined by sister ship Norwegian Joy
Norwegian Encore will to Cruise from New York City. Norwegian Joy, Norwegian Bliss and Norwegian Jewel will sail in Alaska and Norwegian Escape and Norwegian Dawn make their European debut with cruises from Copenhagen and Venice.
Norwegian Cruise Line receives awards for ‘Best New Ship’ following the launch of Norwegian Bliss and ‘Best for Innovation’