Norwegian Cruise Line to Bermuda

Hamilton, BermudaSo close, yet seemingly so far away. Bermuda makes the perfect getaway for many on the East Coast, at just 600 nautical miles away, and NCL’s Freestyle experience takes it to the next level.

While on board, make your own cruise experience according to your interests. Want to be entertained at a nightclub or piano bar? Dine at a specialty restaurant one night at sea? Relax in the spa during the day? Essentially, your schedule and activities are entirely on your terms.

After leaving from New York or Boston, Norwegian’s Bermuda cruise arrives right in King’s Wharf, located at the western tip of the island. From here, cruisers have three days to explore all possibilities, from shopping to the European-meets-Caribbean culture to watching a cricket match to spending a day on the ocean swimming and snorkeling.

Pink Sand Beach in BermudaGetting There

Two ships depart at various times of the year for Bermuda:

• Norwegian Dawn • Norwegian Breakaway. The Breakaway leaves from New York’s Manhattan port and the Dawn departs from Boston, Massachusetts.

Both ships offer up to 28 dining options on board, several pools, and even a youth program for children under 17 years of age, with attentive service always available.

What to Do in Port

As is typical with Bermuda cruises, NCL’s voyage stops in just one port – but that doesn’t mean the island and all of its attractions aren’t off limits.

Couple on a motor scooter in BermudaTravelers seek out Bermuda with several goals in mind: Taking a quick Caribbean vacation, experiencing its extensive number of golf courses, or spending a few days in the sand and surf. Norwegian Cruise Line has the excursions to fulfill each of these. If you didn’t know already, Bermuda has the greatest number of golf courses per square mile than any place on Earth, so why not bring your clubs? Or, if shopping’s your thing, the newly-restored Royal Navy Dockyards features multiple boutiques and a crafts market, as well as a maritime museum to explore later.

But the area where a Bermuda cruise through NCL truly shines is the ocean excursions. Consider scheduling at least one of the following during your three days:
• Wild West kayaking
• A Bermuda triangle evening cruise
• A scenic taxi tour of the West End and South Shore
• Going on a glass-bottom boat and sightseeing cruise
• Snorkeling through a shipwreck and coral reef

For six years, Porthole Magazine voted NCL’s trip the “Best Bermuda Itinerary,” so why not experience it firsthand? Schedule your trip today and get a deal in the process with Direct Line Cruises.

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