By Dana Niland
Norwegian Cruise Line has revealed its lineup of summer 2019 itineraries.
Norwegian Dawn will set sail on seven-day cruises to the Bahamas and Florida from May 25 to August 31, 2019.
This marks the ship’s return to her first homeport, after undergoing bow-to-stern enhancement in late 2016.
Norwegian will offer guests two departure ports from which to set sail to Bermuda.
Norwegian Escape, which moves to New York City for summer 2018, will continue her stay there through the summer 2019 season, sailing to Bermuda from April 14 until October 20, 2019.
Both Norwegian Gem and Norwegian Escape will offer seven-day cruises to Bermuda featuring three full days in port and two overnight stays.
After returning from her first winter season in New Orleans, Norwegian Breakaway will reposition to Port Miami for the first time ever.
The 4,000 passenger vessel will homeport there for her summer 2019 season and cruise a mix of Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries.
Norwegian Breakaway’s seven-day Western Caribbean cruises will visit Roatán, Bay Islands, Honduras; Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico; and Harvest Caye Belize.
Norwegian Breakaway’s seven-day Eastern Caribbean itinerary will feature some of the region’s most popular ports-of-call including St. Thomas, USVI; Tortola, BVI; Nassau, the Bahamas, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.