NCL cancels sailings on eight ships

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By Lisa James
05/01/2022
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Norwegian Cruise Line has cancelled sailings on eight ships, with some not starting itineraries until April.

The move follows the sudden cancellation of Norwegian Getaway’s cruise, which had been due to sail on 5 January, but was halted at the last minute due to ‘COVID-related circumstances’.

Norwegian Getaway will resume sailing on 14 January, offering Caribbean itineraries from Miami, but other ships won’t resume itineraries until March or April.

“Due to ongoing travel restrictions, we’ve had to modify a few sailings and unfortunately have had to cancel,” NCL said.

NCL also warned itineraries may need to be modified as destinations implement new travel restrictions.

The other seven ship cancellations are:

  • Norwegian Pearl cruises with embarkation dates through and including 14 January
  • Norwegian Sky cruises with embarkation dates through and including 25 February
  • Pride of America cruises with embarkation dates through and including 26 February
  • Norwegian Jade cruises with embarkation dates through and including 3 March
  • Norwegian Star cruises with embarkation dates through and including 19 March
  • Norwegian Sun cruises with embarkation dates through and including 19 April
  • Norwegian Spirit cruises with embarkation dates through and including 23 April

Norwegian Pearl’s itineraries will resume on 17 January, from Miami through the Panama Canal; Norwegian Sky will resume from Miami on 2 March on Caribbean sailings.

Pride of America will start Hawaiian itineraries from Honolulu from 5 March and Norwegian Sun will begin Alaska itineraries from Seattle on the same date.

Norwegian Spirit will sail Hawaii itineraries from Tahiti from 23 April.

Norwegian Jade will start Greek Isles itineraries from Rome on 30 March, while Norwegian Star will commence Mediterranean sailings from Barcelona from 3 April.

Guests booked on cancelled cruises will be given a refund plus 10% off a future cruise booking. Guests who booked using a Future Cruise Credit will be refunded their FCCs and will have a year to rebook. Alternatively, they can apply to convert FCCs into monetary refunds, minus any FCC-related bonuses. 

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