By the Caribbean Journal staff
Norwegian Cruise Line has unveiled its newest itineraries for the Caribbean in the summer of 2020.
The new slate is highlighted by the return of Norwegian Breakaway to Miami, with a range of five and seven-day Western Caribbean cruises that will include Roatan, Cozumel and the Costa Maya in Mexico, along with Norwegian’s private-island destination, Harvest Caye, in Belize.
Breakaway will also be sailing three and four-day cruises to The Bahamas that call on both Nassau and the Great Stirrup Cay private island.
Norwegian Pearl will also be sailing Bahamas and Florida cruises of seven days next summer.
Following Norwegian Encore’s first-ever season in the Caribbean, the ship will reposition to New York City, where it will offer seven-day Bermuda cruises beginning April 22, 2020.
Norwegian Gem will also be heading to Bermuda, with seven-day cruises from Boston to Bermuda beginning May 1 — with Bermuda cruises including overnight stays on the island.