Trips

Norwegian Cruise Line

Search hundreds of travel sites at once for the best cruise from Norwegian Cruise Line

Compare vs. KAYAK |

Norwegian Cruise Deals

About Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Cruise Line offers a diverse and unusual cruise experience. A trip on one of its 16 ships is not a traditional, old-school cruise, but rather a fun and modern experience. Choice is key and, onboard, passengers have plenty of dining options which can be booked prior to embarking, and there are more restaurants and entertainment areas than there are on many other lines.

Norwegian cruise ships are notable for their bright, colorful decorations, inside and out. Just a glance at the cheerfully painted exterior of one of these vessels will confirm that the Norwegian experience is not one of old-world glamour. Families often choose Norwegian Cruise Line, as cruise ships have plenty to keep kids happy and a number of family suites. This company is also popular with gay and lesbian passengers, and cruises will host plenty of "Friends of Dorothy" get-togethers.

Norwegian is best known for its Caribbean cruises, although it’s not limited to the western hemisphere. There are also routes around China, Korea and Japan, Morocco and the Canary Islands, and the Hawaiian archipelago. Prices vary, and budget-conscious travelers can take advantage of short Caribbean trips on older ships like Norwegian Sky, built in 1999. At the other end of the scale, megaships like Norwegian Breakaway cost significantly more for a resort-style experience that can feel like Las Vegas at sea.

It's no surprise, given its emphasis on passengers' choice, that Norwegian offers a variety of shore excursions. In Port Canaveral, Florida, passengers can explore the Daytona International NASCAR Speedway, and in Nassau, Bahamas, tourists can choose to drive a jeep to the historic caves, or visit the Aquaventure Water Park. Caribbean cruises often stop at Great Stirrup Cay, the company's private island, where guests can go snorkeling in the gorgeous waters of a protected marine life sanctuary.

All Norwegian cruises are known for their numerous dining options, from classic French cuisine to sushi. Each voyage will feature the Chocoholic's Buffet, which is exactly what it sounds like! There's also plenty to choose from when it comes to entertainment. Although, Norwegian's onboard entertainment is a bit bawdier and more off-beat than what is on offer on other cruise lines.

The Second City troupe performs live, raucous improvised comedy, and edgy Broadway shows can be enjoyed. The company takes advantage of having so many onboard bars by organizing pub crawls at sea, which are strictly adults-only. However, children certainly don’t miss out on the action.

Norwegian cruises offer breakfast with Nickelodeon characters, and young and old alike will enjoy the water park and adventure decks on the Breakaway and Epic mega-ships. With corkscrew water slides, a bungee trampoline and a spider web to climb, there's plenty to keep active passengers occupied while at sea. The dress code is generally relaxed. Tuxedos are not a common sight and not everyone dresses up for dinner.

On the older ships, standard cabins can feel a bit small, but the more modern Norwegian vessels have more spacious accommodation. Decor is generally bright and colorful. All staterooms have a TV, refrigerator, safe and hair dryer, a sitting area and room service menus. On some ships, solo travelers can stay in studio accommodation, which also offers exclusive access to the Studio Lounge, helping passengers who've come alone to make new friends.

Nestled at the top of the ship, The Haven is an exclusive first-class section, which has its own private sundeck, courtyard and, depending on the ship, gym area, restaurants and bars. Spa suites are also available for those who want to focus on spa treatments while at sea. These offer luxurious amenities and complimentary access to the Thermal Spa Suites, for ultimate relaxation while sailing to exotic locales.

Show more
Show less
7.8
Good
Caribbean
Norwegian Sky
Night Bahamas
Fri Sep 21 - Mon Sep 24 (3 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas Nassau, Bahamas Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas
3
Nassau, Bahamas
4
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less
7.8
Good
Caribbean
Norwegian Sky
Night Bahamas
Fri Sep 28 - Mon Oct 1 (3 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida Nassau, Bahamas Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
Nassau, Bahamas
3
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas
4
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less
7.8
Good
Caribbean
Norwegian Sky
Night Bahamas
Fri Sep 14 - Mon Sep 17 (3 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida Nassau, Bahamas Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
Nassau, Bahamas
3
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas
4
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less
7.8
Good
Caribbean
Norwegian Sky
Night Bahamas
Fri Sep 7 - Mon Sep 10 (3 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas Nassau, Bahamas Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas
3
Nassau, Bahamas
4
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less
7.8
Good
Caribbean
Norwegian Sky
Night Cuba Overnight & Bahamas
Mon Sep 3 - Fri Sep 7 (4 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida Havana, Cuba Havana, Cuba Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
Havana, Cuba
3
Havana, Cuba
4
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas
5
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less
7.8
Good
Caribbean
Norwegian Sky
Night Cuba Overnight & Bahamas
Mon Sep 10 - Fri Sep 14 (4 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas Havana, Cuba Havana, Cuba Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas
3
Havana, Cuba
4
Havana, Cuba
5
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less
7.8
Good
Caribbean
Norwegian Sky
Night Cuba Overnight & Bahamas
Mon Sep 24 - Fri Sep 28 (4 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas Havana, Cuba Havana, Cuba Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas
3
Havana, Cuba
4
Havana, Cuba
5
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less
7.8
Good
Caribbean
Norwegian Sky
Night Cuba Overnight & Bahamas
Mon Sep 17 - Fri Sep 21 (4 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas Havana, Cuba Havana, Cuba Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas
3
Havana, Cuba
4
Havana, Cuba
5
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less
8.8
Excellent
Caribbean
Norwegian Getaway
Night Western Caribbean
Sun Sep 30 - Sun Oct 7 (7 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida At Sea Costa Maya (Mahahual), Mexico Harvest Caye, Belize Roatan (Isla Roatan), Bay Islands, Honduras Cozumel, Mexico At Sea Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
At Sea
3
Costa Maya (Mahahual), Mexico
4
Harvest Caye, Belize
5
Roatan (Isla Roatan), Bay Islands, Honduras
6
Cozumel, Mexico
7
At Sea
8
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less
8.4
Excellent
Caribbean
Norwegian Sun
Night Cuba & Caribbean Adventures
Sun Sep 30 - Sun Oct 7 (7 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas Havana, Cuba At Sea Harvest Caye, Belize Costa Maya (Mahahual), Mexico At Sea Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas
3
Havana, Cuba
4
At Sea
5
Harvest Caye, Belize
6
Costa Maya (Mahahual), Mexico
7
At Sea
8
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less
8.8
Excellent
Caribbean
Norwegian Getaway
Night Western Caribbean
Sun Sep 2 - Sun Sep 9 (7 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida At Sea Costa Maya (Mahahual), Mexico Harvest Caye, Belize Roatan (Isla Roatan), Bay Islands, Honduras Cozumel, Mexico At Sea Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
At Sea
3
Costa Maya (Mahahual), Mexico
4
Harvest Caye, Belize
5
Roatan (Isla Roatan), Bay Islands, Honduras
6
Cozumel, Mexico
7
At Sea
8
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less
8.8
Excellent
Caribbean
Norwegian Getaway
Night Western Caribbean
Sun Sep 23 - Sun Sep 30 (7 nights)
Norwegian Cruise Line
Miami, Florida At Sea Roatan (Isla Roatan), Bay Islands, Honduras Harvest Caye, Belize Costa Maya (Mahahual), Mexico Cozumel, Mexico At Sea Miami, Florida
DAY DESTINATIONS
1
Miami, Florida
2
At Sea
3
Roatan (Isla Roatan), Bay Islands, Honduras
4
Harvest Caye, Belize
5
Costa Maya (Mahahual), Mexico
6
Cozumel, Mexico
7
At Sea
8
Miami, Florida
Show more Show less

Departure Ports for Norwegian Cruise Lines

Miami
Cruise Calendar for Norwegian Cruise Line
Destination
Alaska
Asia/Africa/Other
South Pacific
Bermuda
Caribbean
Europe
Panama Canal/C. America
South America
Transatlantic
Transpacific
World & Special Cruises

Cruise Ships of Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Jade

The newly refurbished Jewel class Norwegian Jade is ideal for families wanting to experience Norway and the North Cape in luxurious style. Extensively upgraded, the modern décor and design of the state rooms on board Norwegian Jade provide the perfect setting from which to appreciate the majestic Norwegian landscape.

Norwegian Jade currently travels 3 cruise routes, including Norway and the North Cape, Norwegian Fjords and North Sea cruises. Itineraries offer visits to Hamburg, Trondheim, Alesund and Flam. Passengers have the chance to visit the 300-year-old market in Hamburg and Trondheim’s magnificent medieval cathedral. Often referred to as the Venice of Norway, Alesund offers stunning views of the fjords as well as unusual art nouveau style architecture to explore, on shore excursions.

With more than 16 dining options, guests on the Norwegian Jade can choose from Asian fusion, French, Italian or a burger straight off the grill. For a different experience there’s the Pit Stop, combining poolside fun and food. For sports lovers the Norwegian Jade has both a main and kids' pool, jogging track, fitness centre and tennis court. Children are always entertained, with a teen club and Splash Academy for kids.

For relaxation, passengers make the most of a spa and thermal suite, as well as comfortable staterooms. Norwegian Cruise Line is known for stylish decor and staterooms offer separate sitting areas and TVs. For the ultimate luxury experience, Haven suites have 24-hour butler service and a private sundeck. Originally launched in 2006 and refurbished in 2017, the Norwegian Jade can accommodate 2402 guests, with a crew of 1037 to ensure passengers thoroughly enjoy the cruising experience.

Norwegian Jade
Learn more ›
Norwegian Jewel

One of Norwegian Cruise Line’s four Jewel-class cruise ships, the Norwegian Jewel is a spectacular ship for families and cruise enthusiasts who enjoy all that a larger cruise ship has to offer. With a crew of 1,069, this fabulous family-friendly ship has room for 2,376 guests. On board, travellers can look forward to an array of options for dining, entertainment, sports, and relaxation. From a hot stone massage at the cruise ship’s Mandara Spa to a few laps around the jogging track, guests can start their day aboard Norwegian Jewel engulfed in serenity or invigorated by the ocean breezes.

For those who like to unwind with an exotic cocktail, a choice of 15 on board bars and lounges offer something to suit everyone’s tastes, while dinner is served each evening in one of two main dining rooms, Azura or Tsar’s Palace. Both offer sensational decor and a menu of traditional and contemporary cuisine that changes nightly.

Built in 2005, Norwegian Jewel was fully refurbished in 2014. The ship’s 1,188 staterooms include a variety of options that range from elegant cabins to extraordinary upper-deck suites, which feature separate bedrooms, private balconies, and access to the ship’s exclusive courtyard area.

Sailing options are plentiful aboard Norwegian Jewel. Passengers can book a variety of different cruises in Asia, with itineraries embarking from legendary cities like Shanghai and Tokyo, or take an awe-inspiring trip to Alaska along Canada’s magnificent west coast. A 15-night cruise from Sydney gives travelers the chance to visit two of Australia’s iconic cities, including Melbourne, and witness New Zealand’s unparalleled coastline.

Norwegian Jewel
Learn more ›
Norwegian Pearl

Norwegian Pearl, one of Norwegian Cruise Line's Jewel-class cruise ships, is an ideal option for couples and families who enjoy a lively atmosphere while underway. Sixteen dining options featuring an international array of cuisine, 15 bars and lounges, and a range of themed parties and live shows keep the energy high on this ship. Through plenty of opportunities for rest and relaxation abound. Guests can enjoy a bamboo massage at Norwegian Pearl’s stunning spa, indulge in a moment of serenity in one of six outdoor hot tubs, or soak up the sun upon the upper level pool deck.

Accommodating 2,394 passengers and 1,072 crew members, Norwegian Pearl features a range of beautifully styled staterooms and suites, each of which features a wardrobe, TV and sitting area. For those seeking additional luxury, three types of suites incorporate butler service, ocean views, and separate bedroom and living room areas. The cruise ship’s premier Haven Suites accommodate up to eight passengers and feature magnificent picture windows, large private balconies, and access to an exclusive courtyard with hot tub.

Norwegian Pearl cruises to Alaska, the Western and Eastern Caribbean, and offers journeys through the Panama Canal embarking from Tampa, Florida or San Diego, California. On board this fabulous cruise ship, passengers can take in the tropical mangrove vegetation and coral reefs along Mexico’s Costa Maya coastline or the breathtaking natural landscapes of Glacier Bay National Park. Norwegian Cruise Line offers an extensive selection of shore excursions so that guests can delve deeper into these extraordinary destinations.

Norwegian Pearl
Learn more ›
Norwegian Sky

Norwegian Sky is a truly awesome Sun-class cruise liner. Part of the superb Norwegian Cruise Line fleet, it is ideal for families or couples of all ages seeking a lively and luxurious cruising experience. Guests who enjoy dining in style will love the ship’s two main dining rooms with their specially selected wines and Chef's signature dishes. Norwegian Sky offers a magical way to cruise around the Caribbean.

This cruise ship’s main itineraries include three or four day trips to the Bahamas and Cuba. Embarking from vibrant Miami, Florida, Norwegian Sky sets sail to Norwegian Cruise Line’s own private island, Great Stirrup Cay. Here, guests can spend a day in paradise, strolling along white sand beaches and snorkeling in crystal clear Caribbean waters. Those opting to extend their cruise to Cuba will have a chance to get to know the colorful, cobblestoned streets of Old Havana while soaking up the island nation’s lively culture.

Built in 1999, and refurbished in 2013, Norwegian Sky has a capacity for 2,004 passengers. A team of 899 crew members cater to the desires of every guest. On-board ship comforts include 12 bars and lounges, two swimming pools, five hot tubs, including one just for kids, a casino, and a luxurious spa. Staterooms range from Standard inside cabins to Oceanview or Balcony staterooms. All offer a clean, modern and spacious place to call home. Guests seeking the utmost in style can book the exceptional Owner’s Suite staterooms, which include separate bedrooms with king-size beds, concierge service, and private balconies with whirlpools.

Norwegian Sky
Learn more ›
Norwegian Spirit

For a laid back, classic cruise with a little bit of luxury, the Norwegian Spirit, operated by Norwegian Cruise Line, is a great choice. This award-winning ship offers amazing service, great value and some stunning trips around the world. The Norwegian Spirit has a guest capacity for 2018, with a crew of 912. Built in 1998, it's been extensively refurbished to give guests new features and upgraded rooms.

Itineraries, many of which cross 10 to 11 nights, take passengers to iconic destinations, such as Italy, Croatia, Malta, France, the Greek Islands, the Caribbean and the Bahamas. Popular shore excursions offer the opportunity to watch a Flamenco show in Barcelona, explore Pompeii from Naples and go on a sea kayaking adventure in Dubrovnik.

With unique touches of eastern elegance, the Norwegian Spirit takes inspiration from the Far East, with the Maharajah's Casino, Asian-inspired decor and Mandala Spa. There are plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy, like a basketball court, Buccaneer's Wet and Wild water park, Splash Academy and Celebrity Disco. For evening entertainment, the Stardust Theatre offers a variety of shows including comedy, magic and music.

Accommodation includes Suite, Balcony, Ocean View and Inside options. For families, a great-value cabin is a Family Inside Stateroom, with room to sleep four people and a location close to the onboard Kid’s Centre. For passengers seeking luxury, Owner’s Suites boast large balconies, living and dining rooms, walk in closets, whirlpool tubs, butler and concierge service. With plenty of choices for accommodation, award-winning service and amazing destinations, the Norwegian Spirit has something for everyone.

Norwegian Spirit
Learn more ›
Norwegian Star

Norwegian Star, from Norwegian Cruise Line, is ideal for everyone, from couples seeking a luxury experience, to families looking for fun. Refurbished in 2015, this ship offers 15 dining options, from casual cafes to grills, takeaway options and fine dining with Chef Signature dishes paired with wines. The onboard dining experience is complemented by 11 bars and lounges, including Gatsby’s Champagne Bar.

One of the highlights of Norwegian Star is the world class spa. Passengers relax and recharge with massages, acupuncture, facials and more. There are also six hot tubs, a thermal suite, and an indoor lap pool for those who love the water. Fitness fanatics will find a well-equipped fitness suite offering regular classes, and a volleyball court. Children enjoy a video arcade and dedicated clubs.

Staterooms range from Just Cruise Inside, for great value, to Penthouse Suites for all-day luxury. All are stylish and modern, in terms of decor. With a passenger capacity of 2,348, serviced by a crew of 1,031, Norwegian Star has something for all tastes and budgets contained in its 965ft length.

Norwegian Star cruises the Pacific waters of the Mexican Riviera, from Los Angeles. Enjoy resort destinations with wild water sports, amazing beaches, and exciting nightlife, such as Cabo San Lucas and colourful Puerto Vallarta. Shore excursions include exploring the old town and landmarks of Mazatlan, such as the Basilica and 19th century performance hall. Norwegian Star is a great ship for discovering the Mexican Riviera, with relaxation, fun and action-packed itineraries for all ages.

Norwegian Star
Learn more ›
Norwegian Sun

Norwegian Sun, a Norwegian Cruise Line Sun-class ship, was built in 2001, yet recently refurbished in 2016. It holds up to 1,936 people and appeals to all ages, from couples looking for a romantic cruise vacation, to young families ready to enjoy a wealth of fun attractions and seniors looking for a relaxing break.

There are a variety of cruise itinerary destinations to enjoy when on board the Norwegian Sun, including South America, Panama Canal, Caribbean, and Bahamas & Florida. Opportunities abound for exciting day excursions, such as scuba diving at Grand Bahama Island and discovering Cumbia dancing in Cartagena, Colombia.

Guests can choose from a variety of staterooms, including suites, mini-suites, balcony rooms, ocean view rooms and inside rooms. For those seeking pure luxury, a spacious suite can provide the perfect base for a romantic getaway or an entire family. Passengers can expect the finest amenities, including a large private balcony. Mini-suites sleep up to four, and they feature a luxury bath and shower. Balcony rooms boast floor-to-ceiling glass doors for stunning views, while inside rooms are great for those on a budget.

There is plenty to keep guests entertained onboard, with 14 dining options, the relaxing Body Waves Spa, 12 lounges and bars, a sparkling swimming pool and hot tubs on the pool deck, and the Sun Club casino. Entertainment is varied too, with a variety of high-energy tribute acts. There is something for everyone to enjoy onboard the fun-loving Norwegian Sun.

Norwegian Sun
Learn more ›
Pride of America

Pride of America, one of Norwegian Cruise Line’s finest large cruise ships, is perfect for families who want to enjoy the finer things in life. Highlights include delectable cuisine in more than 15 onboard restaurants, all-inclusive drinks in one of 12 bars and lounges and whale-watching off the coast of Hawaii. Pride of America offers a variety of staterooms with balconies that provide great views of the islands of the North Pacific sea.

Among itineraries, Pride of America offers a Hawaii round-trip, which is a seven-night cruise from Honolulu. Destinations include Kahului, Hilo, Kona and Nawiliwili, with the opportunity for shore excursions to experience active volcanoes, white sandy beaches, hiking the mountainous Diamond Head and discovering sites of historical interest, like Pearl Harbour.

The Pride of America cruise ship benefits from having a maximum 2,186 guest capacity with 927 dedicated staff who aim to exceed guest expectations of service, as a hallmark of Norwegian Cruise Line. Onboard activities include art-deco lounges, swimming pools, a card room, a spa, children’s clubs, a jogging track and theatre shows.

In total there are 224 staterooms. Family suites include two televisions, two bathrooms, king size beds, bunk-beds and walk-in closets. Those who would like to experience the ultimate in opulence can opt for a luxury suite with a butler and concierge service. Built in 2000 and refurbished in 2016, Pride of America is a fantastic base from which to experience the islands of Hawaii, providing everything required for an unforgettable family holiday.

Pride of America
Learn more ›
Norwegian Bliss

The latest addition to the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet, Norwegian Bliss enters service in April 2018. Measuring 1,082 feet in length, Norwegian Bliss is part of the Breakaway Plus class, and will carry 4,004 passengers, attended to by a crew of 1,716.

Early voyages on Norwegian Bliss include a 12-night transatlantic crossing from Southampton, England, to New York City, and a 15-night Central American voyage that passes through the Panama Canal, the historic colonial city of Cartagena, Colombia, and the natural splendor of Puntarenas, Costa Rica. Shore excursions on Caribbean and Alaska itineraries include snorkeling at Turtle Cove in St. Thomas and dog-sledding in The Last Frontier.

Onboard Norwegian Bliss, passengers can look forward to some truly thrilling attractions. The two-level electric Go-Kart track, at 1,000 feet long, will be the largest at sea, and two water slides delight thrill seekers. An open-air laser tag course is the perfect way for groups to get active during sea days. As is standard on Norwegian Cruise Lines, children and teens will be well catered for, with activities on offer to suit youngsters from 6 months to 17 years.

Norwegian Bliss offers 454 inside cabins, 109 outside cabins, and 384 suites. A number of connected cabins are available for large family groups. It is the first ship in the Norwegian Cruise Line to liven up single cabins with virtual ocean views. 82 cabins are designed specifically for solo travelers, and they will have their own exclusive lounge. Passengers staying in suites will have access to the private Haven area, complete with butler service and exclusive sundeck, for a truly relaxing cruise.

Norwegian Bliss
Learn more ›
Norwegian Breakaway

Norwegian Breakaway, a Norwegian Cruise Line Breakaway-class ship, is a fantastic cruise ship for families. Built in 2013 and with an overall length of 1068.3 feet, the ship features a dazzling array of restaurants, live shows and attractions that also appeal to solo travelers, couples and groups looking for an action-packed cruise vacation.

Norwegian Breakaway journeys throughout the Caribbean and Europe, while also taking passengers on transatlantic cruises, across itineraries spanning 7 - 14 days. Exciting ports of call include Copenhagen, Stockholm, Berlin, Cozumel, Harvest Caye and New York. Once on shore, passengers have the opportunity for adventures such as swimming with dolphins in the Bahamas and visiting the fairytale Schwerin Castle in Germany.

Onboard, there are 2,014 beautifully stylish cabins and suites, all featuring a wardrobe, TV and sitting area. Spa, Mini and Haven suites are available for those who want additional luxury, which incorporate spa access, ocean views and wraparound balconies. For solo travelers, there are specially designed Studio cabins, with access to the private Studio lounge and no single supplement charged.

For entertainment, passengers enjoy a quarter-mile oceanfront promenade, lined with restaurants and bars. No less than three Broadway shows are on offer, including the popular Rock of Ages. An aquapark boasts five multi-story waterslides and a sports complex offers a rock wall, a ropes course and mini golf. Finally, children certainly don’t miss out on the action onboard Norwegian Breakaway, with the Entourage lounge for teens and Splash Academy for the little ones.

Norwegian Breakaway
Learn more ›
Norwegian Dawn

Norwegian Dawn, a Norwegian Cruise Line Dawn-class ship, is suited to a variety a families, groups, couples and budgets, with their ultimate Freestyle cruising experience. The cruise ship sails throughout the Caribbean, New England and Canada and Bermuda, with itineraries typically spanning across 7 to 14 days.

Popular ports of call include Antigua, where guests may participate in shore excursions like snorkelling and discovering colonial history. Bermuda offers snorkelling over the infamous shipwrecks and pristine sea gardens of the Bermuda Triangle. In Great Stirrup Cay, the Bahamas, passengers can enjoy stingray encounters and jet ski rides.

Norwegian Dawn, recently refurbished through the Norwegian Edge in 2016, benefits from having an award-winning casino, a wide variety of culinary delights to please every palate and the luxurious Mandara Spa® for the ultimate in pampering. Other onboard comforts include a huge array of shops for souvenirs, cosmetics and clothing, specialty dining for a night of gastronomic proportions and The Oasis Pool with a poolside bar, ice cream bar, plenty of deck space and hot tubs.

The cruise ship also has an extensive range of stylish cabins and suites, all featuring a wardrobe, TV and sitting area. Suites and Mini-Suites are available for those who want additional luxury, which incorporate living rooms, hot tubs, and private balconies. Newly renovated, with an overall length of 965 feet and a guest capacity of 2340, Norwegian Dawn is a fantastic ship for everyone from toddlers to seniors, with a fun, friendly atmosphere.

Norwegian Dawn
Learn more ›
Norwegian Epic

For a cruise of epic proportions, the aptly named Norwegian Epic, part of Norwegian Cruise Line's Breakaway class, is the perfect cruise liner. Built in 2010 and refurbished in 2015, this huge 1,081-ft cruise ship is all about fun, with an extensive range of activity, entertainment, and dining options.

With cruises around the Bahamas and Florida, Europe, the Transatlantic and the Caribbean, this world-class ship stops at some of the most amazing locations in the world. Take a six-night cruise around the Mediterranean, with stops at Rome, Cannes and Naples, or a 10-night Caribbean cruise leaving from Orlando and stopping at the Bahamas, Jamaica and Mexico – the trip choices are plenty. Offshore highlights might include gazing at the masterpieces of the Vatican in Rome or lazing on a private beach in the Bay Islands, Honduras.

A highlight of the Norwegian Cruise fleet, the Norwegian Epic carries 4,100 guests and a crew of 1,724. Stay in a stateroom for classic comfort, a studio for a modern, stylish stay, or a family room so everyone's together. The Have Deluxe Suite boasts five-star luxury, with king-size bed, whirlpool tub, and balcony.

Entertainment on board the Norwegian Epic is first class. Incredible, award-winning productions include dancing, music, acrobatics and artists. For adventure-loving guests there's the Aqua Park, which features the 200-ft epic plunge, two pools, five hot tubs and three multi-story waterslides. There's also bowling, a teen-only nightclub, casino, and fitness center. When it’s time to relax, there are many spa options, including the impressive Thermal Spa Suite.

Norwegian Epic
Learn more ›
Norwegian Escape

Norwegian Escape, a Norwegian Cruise Line Breakaway-class ship, was built in 2015 and has been described as a floating hotel, with a capacity for 4,266 passengers. With many entertainment options and culinary delights on board, this is a cruise ship that appeals to a wide variety of travelers, from families with small children to couples, solo travelers and seniors.

Sailing from Miami, Norwegian Escape sets off to a number of destinations, including the Caribbean, Canada & New England, the Bahamas and Bermuda. Passengers embark on numerous exciting shore excursions in ports of call, such as scuba diving on Grand Bahama Island and visiting the Anne of Green Gables Museum on Prince Edward Island.

The cruise ship presents guests with a wide range of staterooms to choose from. The most luxurious, well-appointed accommodations are hidden at the top of the ship, in an area known as The Haven. These rooms benefit from a private sundeck, concierge service, and 24-hour butler service. Other options include inside staterooms, ocean view rooms, balcony rooms and mini-suite rooms, which are ideal for families.

Dining options are aplenty on board the Norwegian Escape, with something to please every palate. The menu in the three Main Dining Rooms changes daily, and there is also a selection of on-the-go choices, grills, casual cafes, and a buffet. Entertainment includes an oceanfront promenade, a casino, a multi-level sports complex, an aqua park and 21 bars and lounges. There truly is something for everyone onboard the Norwegian Escape.

Norwegian Escape
Learn more ›
Norwegian Gem

Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Gem is a classic cruise-lover’s ship, providing luxury and versatility that are sure to please all types of passengers. Featuring a range of impeccably appointed staterooms and comfortable cabins, this ship comes packed with entertainment and dining options that make it an ideal choice for couples and families of all ages.

Norwegian Gem cruises set off from New York City to Caribbean destinations like the Bahamas, Florida, and the Caribbean, with other routes sailing up the New England coast to Canada. Caribbean voyages showcase the stunningly lush islands of Saint Kitts, St. Lucia, and Martinique, to the world-class beaches of the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Those expecting a culinary experience will not be disappointed with the "eat what you want, whenever you want" selection of cuisines that include Italian, French, and Asian specialties. The Grand Pacific Main Dining Room features meals prepared by award-winning chefs as well as an array of specialty mixed drinks.

With a total capacity of 2,394 passengers and a crew of 1,070, the Norwegian Gem offers an optimal staff-to-guest ratio to ensure that no comfort goes unaddressed throughout your sail. Entertainment and amenities include a dance club, an arcade, a spa, a casino, three pools, and a fully equipped fitness center. The selection of child-friendly activities aboard the Norwegian Gem make it among the most family-friendly ships on the sea, with unique activities including craft-making, pool parties, and circus school. Group-sitting options are also available to parents.

Norwegian Gem
Learn more ›
Norwegian Getaway

The Norwegian Getaway, from Norwegian Cruise Line, is a fantastic cruise ship for the whole family, to experience a holiday of a lifetime in the Caribbean. As a highlight, Norwegian Getaway is home to the innovative Waterfront, an oceanfront promenade packed with bars and restaurants which extends over a quarter of a mile.

Norwegian Getaway travels the 7 night Western Caribbean route departing from Miami and calling at Honduras, Belize and Mexico. Guests experience diving on beautiful coral reefs in Roatan, relaxing on the pristine Tabyana Beach and discovering amazing wildlife in the jungles, swamps and reefs of Harvest Caye. Mayan ruins offer a treat for history lovers in Costa Maya and there's plenty of snorkeling and fishing to be had at Cozumel.

With a guest capacity of 3,963, and a crew of 1,646 the Norwegian Getaway offers entertainment, dining and activities to suit all the family. From relaxed takeaway to oceanside fine-dining, guests can choose from more than 28 restaurants. Entertainment options include a Broadway musical, an interactive, family-friendly theater experience and live comedy. For those who love to be active, there’s Freefall, the fastest water slide at sea and a multilevel sports complex. A luxury spa offers pampering with over 50 speciality treatments.

Staterooms on the Norwegian Getaway are luxuriously appointed with a separate sitting area and TV. For those who enjoy a little more luxury, suites with ocean views, balconies and whirlpool tubs are available. Launched in 2014, Norwegian Getaway is an exciting ship for an unforgettable Caribbean cruise.

Norwegian Getaway
Learn more ›

Forgot password?

Enter the email associated with your account in the field below and we'll email you a link to reset your password.

Cancel