Norwegian Cruise Line recently announced a range of captivating itineraries spanning South America, Asia, Africa, and beyond for the fall and winter of 2025-26. The unveiling comes on the heels of robust November sales, hinting at a positive trend expected to continue into early 2024. President David J. Herrera expresses confidence, stating, “Our guests are delighted with our offerings, and they are eager to explore the world with us.”
Notable highlights include Norwegian Sun’s debut in Asia, featuring visits to Kyoto, Japan, and Jeju, South Korea. Norwegian Viva, the newest addition to the fleet, will embark on Caribbean voyages from its new homeport in Galveston. The diverse itineraries also encompass 11- to 14-day journeys in Australia and New Zealand aboard Norwegian Spirit, 12-day sailings in Africa with Norwegian Dawn, 14-day South American excursions with Norwegian Star, and 11- to 17-day cruises through the Panama Canal aboard Norwegian Jade. Caribbean-bound trips are on the agenda for Norwegian Viva, Norwegian Escape, and Norwegian Sky.
Herrera adds, “Our new 2025 and 2026 itineraries will bring [travelers] more of what they want and more opportunities to enjoy their ideal vacation visiting their dream destination aboard any NCL ship.