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Norwegian Cruise Line Announces Fall and Winter 2025-2026 Voyages!

Norwegian Cruise Line
Photo Credit: NCL

After an incredible season of cruise bookings, Norwegian has just announced new sailings for Fall and Winter 2025-2026, a greatly anticipated response to the continued rise in demand for cruising! The 19 ship fleet is set to travel to 450 destinations across the globe, providing customers with the unique experience of waking up in a new port each and every day of their vacation.

With locations from Asia, to Europe, to South America, and beyond, you won't want to miss booking your next Norwegian cruise for the 2025-2026 season. Suites, especailly those in the coveted Haven will book up almost instantly, so to reserve your cruise, or get on the deployment list for future cruises, reach out to Harr Travel today. Our advisors know the ships and itineraries inside and out, and have an incredible relationship with Norwegian. They will work hard to craft the cruise vacation of a lifetime for you and your family onboard a Norwegian ship for the 2025-2026 season!

2025-2026 Sailings

Norwegian Viva
Norwegian Viva | Photo Credit: NCL

NORWEGIAN VIVA | For the Fall and Winter 2025-2026 season, Viva will be getting a new home port of Galveston, Texas, and will begin the season by offering 7 day roundtrip sailings to the Western Caribbean, including itineraries to Cozumel, Mexico; Costa Maya, Mexico; Roatan, Honduras; and Harvest Caye, Norwegian's resort in Belize. On January 10th, Viva will begin 14 day sailings to the Eastern Caribbean, with port calls in George Town, Cayman Islands; Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas; Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands; St. John's, Antigua; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Puerto Plate, Dominican Republic; and Cozumel, Mexico.

Norwegian Escape
Norwegian Escape | Photo Credit: NCL

NORWEGIAN ESCAPE | From November 2025 through April 2026, Norwegian Escape will make New Orleans her home port, and will be offering 7 day round trip Western Caribbean. Beginning on February 1st, 2026, she will set sail for the Southern Caribbean with 14 day cruises that include first time stops in Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; Colon, Panama; and Cartagena, Colombia!

Norwegian Sun
Norwegian Sun | Photo Credit: NCL

NORWEGIAN SUN | Sailing exclusively through Asia, Norwegian Sun will be begin sailings on November 3rd, 2025, embarking on an 11 day open-jaw cruise from Tokyo, Japan to Incheon, South Korea. Stops include Jeju Island, Kyoto, Nagoya, and Osaka. The 11 day cruise back to Tokyo will feature a similar itinerary with a stop in Hiroshima as well. From December-March the Sun will be sailing 11 and 15 day cruises through Southeast Asia that include several port stops in Singapore; Laem Chabang, Thailand; and Keelung, Taiwan.

Norwegian Spirit
Norwegian Spirit | Photo Credit: NCL

NORWEGIAN SPIRIT | Norwegian Spirit will be taking a similar approach to Sun, with open-jaw sailings that explore Australia and New Zealand. The 11 and 14 day sailings include stops in Melbourne, Australia; Napier and Dunedin, New Zealand; and select sailings by the New Zealand fjords.

Norwegian Dawn
Norwegian Dawn | Photo Credit: NCL

NORWEGIAN DAWN | Starting with a 21 day repositioning cruise from Barcelona, Spain to Cape Town, South Africa, Norwegian Dawn is set to begin her 2025-2026 sailings in Africa. Her repositioning journey will include stops in Santa Maria, Cape Verde; Casablanca, Morocco, and Agadir, Morocco. Once exclusively sailing the African continent, Dawn will be offering itineraries to Antsiranana; Nosy Be, Madagascar; Richard's Bay, South Africa; Port Louis, Mauritius; and Doha, Qatar.

Norwegian Sky
Norwegian Sky | Photo Credit: NCL

NORWEGIAN SKY | Norwegian Sky will be making La Romana, Dominican Republic her home port for the season, with a selection of 7, 9, and 12 day roundtrip sailings of the Southern Caribbean that include incredible stops to Oranjestad, Aruba; Kralendijk, Bonaire; Willemstad, Curaçao; and debut in Cabo Rojo.

Norwegian Star
Norwegian Star | Photo Credit: NCL

NORWEGIAN STAR | Star will begin her South American itineraries with a transatlantic crossing from Portugal to Brazil. Once in Rio de Janeiro, she will start 17 day cruises to ports in Argentina; Chile; Uruguay; and the South Pole, sailing by Elephant Island and Paradise Bay in Antarctica. Additional cruise itineraries include stops in Montevideo, Uruguay; Puerto Ushuaia, Argentina; Punta Arenas, Chile; and the Falkland Islands.

Norwegian Jade
Norwegian Jade | Photo Credit: NCL

NORWEGIAN JADE | Jade will be offering 11 and 17 day cruises through the Panama Canal with disembarkation ports including Miami, Tampa, and NYC. The open-jaw 17 day cruise from Callao, Peru, will have unique stops in South and Central America, including Acajutla, El Salvador; Manzanillo, Mexico; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and disembarkation in San Diego, California.

Booking Your Cruise

Now that you are ready to book your Norwegian cruise for the 2025-2026 season, reach out to the experts at Harr Travel. We will work with you to build an incredible vacation for you, your family, friends, or group at an incredible rate, and give you the Harr Travel signature service every step of the way.

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