2 Norwegian Cruise Ships Will Now Call Baltimore Their Home Port
2 Norwegian Cruise Line Ships Will Now Call Baltimore Their Home Port
Well, this is exciting news for those of us here in Delaware. On the heels of Avelo Airlines flying direct to 15 locations out of New Castle Airport in Wilmington (ILG), we now have more cruising options to look forward to.
Norwegian Cruise Lines has announced that two ships from their fleet will now call Baltimore their home port. These are the first two cruise ships from NCL to dock in Baltimore in it’s history. Ships from Royal Caribbean and Carnival already sail from the Maryland Cruise Terminal.
Travel + Leisure reports that the two new ships are the Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Sky.
“Today marks a history-making moment for Norwegian Cruise Line, as we sail from the vibrant city of Baltimore for the first time,” David J. Herrera, the president of Norwegian Cruise Line, said in a statement.
Upcoming Norwegian cruise itineraries will include Canada, Bermuda, New England and the Caribbean.
The first sailing on the Sky departed on Friday for a 10-day voyage to the north, with stops in New England and Canada. The Sun will begin sailings out of Baltimore later in the year, with voyages to Bermuda and the Caribbean on the books. You can find out more about NCL cruises out of Baltimore here.
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