Europe is a top travel destination for many, therefore Norwegian Cruise Line is all set to restart its operations in Europe from the homeports of Barcelona and Rome (Civitavecchia) with previously scheduled port-intensive itineraries to the Mediterranean and Greek Isles beginning 5th September, 2021.
Guided by the robust protocols of the SailSAFE Global Health and Safety Program, and in partnership with local governments, the cruise line plans to welcome travellers to experience the warm and vibrant cultures and sites of Spain, Italy and Greece, to experience a vacation of a lifetime in the safest possible manner.
Currently scheduled to sail from Barcelona, Norwegian Epic will cruise the seven-nights Western Mediterranean itineraries, with Norwegian Gateway sailing a mix of 10 to 11 days Greek Isles voyages from Rome (Civitavecchia).
With five to eight ports to call, up to 13 hours in each city and no more than two days at sea, guests can spend their days exploring ancient ruins and medieval architecture, admiring artistic masterpieces or simply savouring a variety of local cuisine.
Upon resuming, Norwegian Cruise Line will continue to take a thoughtful approach with its destination partners and the leading experts of the Sail SAFE Global Health and Wellness Council, by regularly evaluating the robust protocols of the Sail SAFE Health and Safety program; and make science-based decisions to protect guests, crew and the destinations it visits.