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New NCL cruiseships coming to Copenhagen

New NCL cruiseships coming to Copenhagen

28-08-2018 12:00:00

The American cruise ship company Norwegian Cruise Line will have up to six ships in Europe. A few of them will visit Copenhagen. One of the cruise routes focuses on stops around the Baltic Sea and will visit Warnemünde in Germany, the polish town Gdansk, Klaipeda in Lithuania as well as Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Tallinn, Riga and Copenhagen.

Norwegian Pearl will be the sixth ship to hit European waters next year. The ships latest sail was around Alaska this summer. This has been shown by the company’s new sailing schedule, which has just arrived and covers from now to April 2020. In July Norwegian Pearl will sail the Mediterranean Sea. .

From May 2019, Pearl will operate four routes from Amsterdam. A15 day cruise will bring guests to Norwegian fjords as well as places like Edinburgh, Dublin, Le Havre, and Tilbury with an excursion trip to London and Zeebrugge in Belgium.

With the port of Copenhagen as its main port of departure, Norwegian Getaway will have cruises in the Baltic Sea that stops in places such as Helsinki and Stockholm. The three other NCL-ships in Europe next year will be Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Jade and Norwegian Star, that all sail the Baltic Sea.

A new ship at NCL in Northern Europe next summer is Norwegian Spirit, which will sail ten and 15 day cruise trips. The ship will have its primary base in Southampton and will stop by places such as Scotland, Ireland, Iceland, Norway and the Baltic Sea.

Norwegian Cruise Line has ordered six new cruise ships. They are all Leonardo class ships and will be delivered between 2022 and 2027.

Source standby.dk / Maritime Danmark

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