Norwegian Cruise Lines Bermuda Port

Norwegian Cruise Lines is the only cruise line in the world that has three days in port in Bermuda. Not only this, but Norwegian Cruise Lines offers some of the best deals on Bermuda cruises starting at around $649 from Charleston or $699 from Boston — depending on when you book. Norwegian Cruise Lines Bermuda Port cities include: King’s Wharf, St. George’s, and Hamilton.

Norwegian Cruise Lines King’s Wharf shore excursions include the Glass Bottom Boat and Sightseeing Cruise, the Restless Native American Catamaran Cruise, and the Scenic West End & South Shore tour. In Hamilton, guests can choose from the Aquarium & Caves Bus Tour, the Hamilton Trolley Train Tour or the Famous Homes and Hideaways Cruise. And finally, St. George features the St. George Carriage Ride, the Turtle Bay Catamaran Cruise, and the Sunset Glass Bottom Boat Cruise.

Passengers debarking in Boston may take a scenic Boston tour, which will take you “past the city’s most important and scenic sites.” NCL cruise guests will “see Copley Square, bordered by the architectural wonders of Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library. Passing the gold dome of the Massachusetts State House, you will see the Old South Meeting House where the Boston Tea Party began. Looking across the Charles River as the patriots did in April of 1775, catch a glimpse of the steeple of Old North Church were Paul Revere ordered two lanterns hung in the steeple to signal that the British Redcoats were on the move.” Other Boston tours include Historic Boston & Cambridge, the Freedom Trail Walk, and Lexington & Concord, Historic Salem & The Witch Museum, Boston Highlights & Duck Tour, and the Scenic Boston & Harbor Cruise.

Norwegian Cruise Lines Bermuda ports are a part of several different NCL Bermuda itineraries. These include 5-day, 6-day, and 7-day Bermuda cruises. The 5-day Norwegian Cruise Line Bermuda cruise aboard Norwegian Majesty sails round-trip from Charleston with stops in St. George. The 5-day NCL Bermuda cruise aboard Norwegian Majesty, round-trip from Baltimore also stops in St. George. All 6-day Bermuda cruises aboard Norwegian Majesty will spend several nights in St. George and they will sail from either Baltimore or Charleston. Norwegian Cruise Lines 7-day Bermuda cruises sail from New York, Boston, Charleston, Baltimore or Philadelphia. 7-day Norwegian Cruise Lines Bermuda cruises aboard Norwegian Majesty, Norwegian Dawn, Norwegian Spirit, and Norwegian Dream will spend several days in King’s Wharf.

About Bermuda and Bermuda Cruises

Bermuda consists of a group of 150 small islands in the Western Atlantic Ocean. This group of islands is located roughly 600 miles off the coast of North Carolina. Bermuda is not a part of the Caribbean. The largest eight islands of the 150 are inhabited. These eight islands make up the self-governing British territory that is considered Bermuda. Bermuda is not only popular because of its pink beaches, tropical weather, and laid-back lifestyle, but also because there is no sales tax, no income tax, no ghettos, and no crime.

The Bermuda cruise season runs from April to the beginning of November. High season happens during the summer months, which means prices are higher and hotel rooms are tougher to book, so plan accordingly.

To book a Norwegian Cruise Lines Bermuda Cruise visit the Norwegian Cruise Lines website at www.ncl.com or contact your local cruise travel agent.

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