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Open to book: Norwegian cruises from Canaveral, Panama transit with new Belize port

Open to book: Norwegian cruises from Canaveral, Panama transit with new Belize port
Norwegian Cruise Line opened bookings for 2015 Caribbean sailings from Port Canaveral on Norwegian Spirit, a couple eastern Caribbean cruises from Miami on Norwegian Pearl and a Panama Canal voyage that calls at new ports including Harvest Caye, Belize.

Returning to the Caribbean from Europe, Norwegian Spirit will offer alternating seven-day eastern and western Caribbean cruises from Port Canaveral every Saturday from Nov. 21, 2015, through April 16, 2016. 

The eastern route includes Nassau, St. Thomas and Tortola, while the western itinerary has Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Jamaica's Ocho Rios and Norwegian’s private island, Great Stirrup Cay.

Fares start at $499 per person.

Norwegian Spirit repositions from Barcelona to Port Canaveral with a 16-day trans-Atlantic cruise sailing Nov. 5, 2015. Ports are Madeira, Antigua, St. Kitts, St. Maarten and St. Thomas.

Fares start at $699 per person.

Two additional eastern Caribbean cruises from Miami are available on Norwegian Pearl: an eight-day program departing Jan. 2, 2015, that includes Great Stirrup Cay, as well as a seven-day voyage on Feb. 6, 2015.

Fares for both cruises start at $499.

Also open for booking is an 11-day round-trip Panama Canal cruise from Miami in fall 2015 aboard Norwegian Pearl that will include a stop at Norwegian’s new island in Belize, Harvest Caye. Departing on Oct. 18, the cruise additionally visits Cartagena, Costa Rica's Puerto Limón, the new Honduras mainland port, Banana Cay, and Mexico's Costa Maya.

Fares begin at $1,049.

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