Summer is well and truly here and it looks to be sticking around for a while, so without further ado it’s time to share our Cruise of the Month for July. Drum roll please…
South American shores
Brand new South American voyages by Norwegian Sun steal the limelight this month, following Norwegian Cruise Line’s recent announcement about some seriously tempting 2015/16 itineraries, which are now on sale! Setting sail on three routes around this region, the ship will call at Santiago, Chile and Buenos Aires between November 2015 and April 2016. Guests on board will also enjoy a scenic sailing through the Chilean Fjords, the Strait of Magellan and around Cape Horn.
Rich in culture and a plethora of mountainous landscapes, South America is definitely a continent to explore via such a ship.
Having visited some of the most remote and exotic destinations on Earth, it’s fitting that the Norwegian Sun should now extend its offering to captivating tours of South America. Breaking the boundaries of traditional cruises, the whole of the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet offer freestyle options, ensuring that you can sail according to your own preferences, with flexible dining, accommodation and family fun on board.
Take in the landscapes of South America while enjoying a dip in one of the five on-board pools or from your own private balcony. That’s if you’re not too busy tucking into some tasty 24/7 cuisine, or enjoying a chilled drink from the choice of 12 bars and lounges. With plenty of invigorating night time entertainment to boot, it’s a ship set for unforgettable experiences.
More Norwegian Cruise Line 2015/16 itineraries
With over 47 successful years in the business and 14 impressive ships, Norwegian Cruise Line has a lot to offer in the coming AW/15-16 season. Joining the fleet in October 2015, Norwegian Escape is the biggest liner in the pack, ready to take on seven-day Eastern Caribbean sailings from PortMiami to the British Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands and Bahamas.
On shores closer to home, Norwegian Epic will offer 10-12 day European itineraries from her new year-round homeport of Barcelona, sailing to the Canary Islands and Morocco, as well as the Western Mediterranean. Alternatively, for those seeking adventure, the Norwegian Jewel will sail 22 seven-day Mexican Riviera itineraries, visiting ports of call including Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
When summer eventually slips through your fingers, this doesn’t mean the holiday spirit should disappear with it. Winter months can be equally enjoyable, and a time of year worth looking forward to as well.
Take a look at the Norwegian Cruise Line itineraries , and give the CruiseDeals experts a call to find out more information about these trips of a lifetime.
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