Articles with tag: norwegian cruise line

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The last time we talked about the fate of the Norwegian Cruise Line ships , we ended on the fate of a beautiful liner called SS Norway. Well, let's continue this story. © OneCyclone/Wiki/CC BY-SA 2.0 After the appearance of SS Norway, the NCL 's fleet didn't receive the new ships...
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We continue the series of stories about the former ships of the cruise companies. We've already talked about Celebrity Cruise Line, Princess Cruises , Royal Caribbean, MSC, Carnival Cruise Line . Today we'd like to tell you about the fate of the former ships of Norwegian Cruise Line...
Norwegian Cruise Line © jenn/Flickr/CC BY 2.0
The Norwegian Cruise Line company started work in 1966. Nowadays, the head office is located in Florida. Photo by: jenn/Flickr/CC BY 2.0 1. It was established with a ship/car ferry which operated between Gibraltar and Southampton UK. 2. Initially, the company was called Norwegian Caribbean...
Norwegian Sun © Richard Martin/Flickr/CC BY 2.0
We continue to discover interesting facts about  NCL ’s beautiful girls. The last one was Norwegian Spirit, and today we are moving on to  Norwegian Sun . Here are things you should know if you’re thinking about booking a cruise on this beauty. Photo by: Richard Martin/Flickr/CC...
Cruises. Historical Digest
Recently we have released a series of articles about the history of cruises . We’ve tried to create an exciting excursion for the fans of cruises. Excursion from the first transatlantic sailings to the most up-to-date liners. We’d like to combine all the information in this article! Here’s a...
Photo by Piergiuliano Chesi
NCL has quite many nice vessels, but today we’d like to talk about the  Norwegian Spirit cruise ship . Here are some facts that most people might not know. Photo by: Digitaria/Wiki/CC BY-SA 4.0 1. Norwegian Spirit wasn’t NCL’s ship at first. She was built in Germany for the Star...
History of Cruises. Part 6. The Future Has Come
We continue our acquaintance with the history of cruises . Today we are concluding our story, which turned out to be rather voluminous. The last part ended with the establishment of modern cruise companies, which have delighted passengers so far. In this part, we will make a short...
History of Cruises. Part 5. Between the War and Boeing 747
We continue talking about the history of cruises . Gradually we are getting to the roots of the origin of the modern cruise industry. Last time we talked about the sad period in the history of cruise ships: about the terrible war and its impact on the industry. It is worth saying...
I noticed a cruise around  South America a few years ago. It was a great opportunity to see Patagonia in all its glory, to visit the "edge of the world" in Ushuaia, to see dangerous and mysterious Cape Horn, to ride on real jeeps in the Falkland Islands and meet the Royal and Magellanic...
Our route was the following: Honolulu -  Maui  - Hilo, Big Island - Kailua Kona, Big Island - Kauai - Honolulu. I liked this cruise because the ship stands at Maui from 8 am to 6 pm of the next day, and at Kauai - from 8 am to 2 pm of the next day. So...