CruiseJewel, Jade and Spirit will be busy across Australia, New Zealand and Asia.

Take a peek at Norwegian’s upcoming cruise highlights

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Norwegian’s 2019-2022 Hawaii Cruising Guide features information on Pride of America’s seven-day round-trip cruises from Honolulu with departures from March 2019 – April 2022. 

Norwegian’s new Australia, New Zealand, Asia & South Pacific Cruising Guide features an array of itineraries departing from November 2019 – December 2020.

Featured destinations in Australia and New Zealand include Milford Sound, Bay of Islands, Eden and Burnie from aboard the recently refurbished Norwegian Jewel.

Asia itineraries aboard Norwegian Spirit and Norwegian Jade departing from November 2019 – April 2020 include ports such as Colombo, Phuket, Langkawi and Penang.

Norwegian Jade offers South-east Asia highlights with her 7 Day Southeast Asia from Hong Kong itinerary departing on January 30, 2020, taking in some of the region’s landmark ports such as Hong Kong, Ha Long Bay and Ho Chi Minh City.

Norwegian Jade’s 11 Day Vietnam, Thailand & Cambodia from Singapore departing February 6, overnights in Bangkok, and has stops in Ho Chi Minh City, Sihanoukville, Ha Long Bay, and more.

Norwegian’s 2019-2022 Hawaii Cruising Guide features information on Pride of America’s seven-day round-trip cruises from Honolulu with departures from March 2019 – April 2022. 

Norwegian is the only cruise line visiting four islands in seven days.  

In other news, NCLH CEO Frank Del Rio said the company's decision to return to the Eastern Mediterranean in 2019 is working out so far.

After pulling out of the region in 2016 because of terrorism fears and political instability in Turkey, NCLH has scheduled 12 sailings this year, and has an additional 20 on the calendar for 2020.

"All 12 sailings in 2019 are better loaded and at higher pricing than the surrounding sailings that do not include Turkey," Del Rio said.


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