Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has released a series of destination-rich
itineraries for its 2024/25 season in Southeast Asia, showcased by a
12-day cruise aboard Norwegian Spirit which will sail from Manila and,
for the first time in four years, will include a stop in Hong Kong.
The collection also includes a range of itineraries suitable for
those who prefer longer, more immersive experiences. This season also
signals Norwegian Sun’s first foray into the region.
“Having more ships and an expanded selection of itineraries in
Southeast Asia underscores NCL’s firm commitment to this region as a
source market and destination,” said Ben Angell, vice president and
managing director, NCL APAC.
“We know Southeast Asia is a popular choice for local travellers, and
we are excited to expand our options in this market for those who
prefer to cruise close to home, especially as we make our
much-anticipated return to the vibrant destination of Hong Kong.”
A 12-day cruise aboard Norwegian Spirit will sail from Manila and, for the first time in four years, will include a stop in Hong Kong.
Norwegian Spirit’s eight-month 2024/25 Asia season will offer 14
itineraries sailing from five departure ports, including Manila,
Singapore, Taipei, Tokyo, and Seoul from September 2024 to April 2025.
Norwegian Suns six-month Asia Pacific season will include 12
itineraries between October 2024 and April 2025 - four of which have
never been offered before, including departures from Melbourne for the
Departure ports include Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Honolulu and
Papeete, with itineraries showcasing the scenery of French Polynesia,
Australia, New Zealand and Asia.