Norwegian Cruise Line is to send Norwegian Breakaway to Northern Europe in 2018.
Built in 2013, the ship will reposition to Copenhagen, where it will operate a series of Baltic cruises.
A 12-night transatlantic crossing on April 15, 2018, will sail from New York to Southampton, visiting Ponta Delgada in the Azores, Cobh in Ireland, Portland in Dorset, England, as well as Le Havre in France.
After arriving in Southampton, the ship will head for dry dock, before beginning its operations out of Copenhagen. The return 14-night transatlantic crossing in October 2018, will sail from Copenhagen, via an overnight stay in a port intentionally left blank on the cruise line’s website – although this is likely to be either Hamburg or Rotterdam – before continuing on to Southampton, Cobh, Ponta Delgada, and back to New York City.
Norwegian Breakaway will operate a series of 9-night Baltic cruises from Copenhagen that visit Warnemunde in Germany, Tallinn in Estonia, Helsinki in Finland, as well as overnights in St Petersburg in Russia, and Stockholm in Sweden.
Norwegian Jade will be returning to Northern Europe in 2018, sailing from Southampton and Hamburg to Iceland and Norway.
Meanwhile, Norwegian Escape will operate cruises from New York City to the Caribbean, Canada & New England, Bermuda, and the Florida coast.
Cruises are listed on the Norwegian Cruise Line website and available to book now.