Norwegian Breakaway to sail Baltic

Norwegian reveals 2018 and 2018-19 deployment
Norwegian Cruise Line has announced its summer 2018 and fall/winter 2018-19 itineraries, and some of the biggest news is about the Baltic Sea.
Norwegian Breakaway, which first began sailing in 2013, will leave its New York homeport in favour of a northern Europe season for summer 2018.
Following its arrival in Europe, Breakaway will undergo a dry-dock and then move to Copenhagen, where it will sail nine-day Scandinavia and Russia cruises through the summer season.
Meanwhile, Norwegian Jade will return to Europe in summer 2018 and sail a series of Norway, Iceland and North Cape cruises from London (Southampton) and Hamburg.
Norwegian Spirit will return as well, sailing longer 10-day western Mediterranean and 11-day eastern Mediterranean and Adriatic cruises from Civitavecchia.
Star will reposition from the West Coast to Venice, sailing a series of seven-day Greek Isles and Adriatic and Greece cruises for summer 2018.
Epic will sail seven-day western Mediterranean cruises from Barcelona and Civitavecchia. In winter 2018-19, Spirit will set sail from Barcelona to the Canary Islands and Morocco on a series of 10-day and 11-day cruises.
Away from Europe, news includes Bliss homeporting in Seattle for Alaska cruises in summer 2018, while Pearl will sail seven-day Glacier Bay Alaska cruises from Seattle. Further news about the 2018 deployment can be found here.
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