There will be no Norwegian Epic sailings in Europe this winter, according to Norwegian Cruise Line.
The 4,200-guest ship maintained the company’s year-round presence in the region by offering a Mediterranean and Canary Islands itinerary.
Guests who are booked for sailings departing between December 1, 2023 and April 9, 2024 will not be able to take advantage of them.
According to Norwegian Cruise Line, the cancellations are part of a fleet redeployment initiative.
According to the company, we are committed to offering guests an exceptional vacation experience aboard our ships as well as taking them to some of the world’s most desirable destinations.
The prepaid fare will be automatically refunded to the form of payment used to make the reservation.
A 100 percent credit will be automatically applied to the guests’ Latitudes Account when they pay via Future Cruise Credit (FCC).
Through April 30, 2024, Norwegian is also offering a 20 percent discount as a “token of appreciation” on any of its published European sailings.
A ten percent discount will also be awarded to all guests as a cash credit for another Norwegian sailing departing December 31, 2024.
There will be no combinability between the discounts and they will be available until June 1, 2023.
It appears that Norwegian Cruise Line will resume seasonal operations in Europe with the Epic sailing elsewhere.
In 2023, nine ships will operate in the region through December as part of an extended program.
Nine ships will sail in both the Mediterranean and Northern Europe for Norwegian’s 2024 program in Europe.
As a result of the cancellation of Norwegian Spirit‘s summer program in Alaska, Epic made changes to its winter program just a few days ago.
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