Norwegian Cruise Lines plans to send two of its ships to Northern Europe for the summer 2017 season. Norwegian Jade will operate from Hamburg, Amsterdam, and Southampton, meanwhile, NCL’s most vibrant ship, Norwegian Getaway, will offer Baltic cruises from Warnemünde and Copenhagen, according to Schiffe Und Kreuzfahrten.
The decade-old Norwegian Jade will offer nineteen sailings during the summer period, with ports of call including Zeebrugge, Le Havre, as well as the Norwegian Fjords, Scotland and Iceland. Guests will be able to choose to join the ship in Amsterdam, Hamburg or Southampton.
Launched in 2014, Norwegian Getaway will embark on a series of 9-day Baltic cruises from Warnemünde and Copenhagen. Port highlights will include Tallinn, Helsinki, Stockholm and an overnight stay in St. Petersburg.
Dates and prices for cruises onboard Norwegian Jade and Norwegian Getaway are likely to be announced in early February.
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