You will be at sea on day 5 while travelling from New York (Manhattan) to Orlando (Port Canaveral).
Orlando (Port Canaveral)
DAY 6 - 06 Jul 2020
As well as the famous city of Orlando nearby, Port Canaveral offers plenty to see and do either side of your amazing cruise holiday. Take a trip up to Exploration Tower where you can have a coffee gazing out over the port from the seven-storie tower, while also learning about the area via interesting interactive displays. The Florida coast is also famous for manatees which you can visit in the Manatee Sanctuary Park.
Great Stirrup Cay
DAY 7 - 07 Jul 2020
DAY 8 - 08 Jul 2020
Capital of the Bahamas, Nassau is popular for fantastic beaches and coral reefs, ideal for snorkelling. Here, you’ll find the two indomitable colonial fortresses of Fort Fincastle and Fort Charlotte with pleasant streets full of markets, bars and churches to explore in between. Outside the city and ideal for a tour, you’ll find plenty of chances to immerse yourself in nature at the dolphin and sea lion lagoon and Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Centre.
DAY 9-10 - 09 Jul 2020 to 10 Jul 2020
You will be at sea on day 9-10 while travelling from Nassau to New York (Manhattan).
New York (Manhattan)
DAY 11 - 11 Jul 2020
Norwegian Cruise Line Covid-19 safety measures
Before stepping onboard, all guests and crew will undergo health screening, as well as temperature monitoring throughout the cruise, to identify and prevent the spread of health issues. Check-in will be done online and embarkation will take place in a staggered manner to ensure social distancing can be maintained.
Onboard NCL ships new safety measures will include full-service buffets with staff serving guests and increased social distancing throughout the ship and during activities.
In the event of illness onboard, NCL have enhanced medical resources onboard. These include diagnostic testing for COVID-19, medical oxygen, medication and vaccinations, as well as ongoing health and safety training for crew and isolation accommodation if needed.
Once on the ship, measures include state-of-the-art air filtration to ensure that the air onboard is clean, and increased cleaning measures including more frequent sanitation of staterooms, suites and public spaces.
Prior to and throughout their cruise, crew will be required to undergo health screening, such as daily temperature checks.
NCL ships will only visit safe ports, meaning that itineraries may be changed. The cruise line will also make sure that tour operators and land partners adhere to strict hygiene measures so that guests can enjoy their time ashore.
Sailed with NCL several times and on several of their ships. The Pearl is a smaller ship but that does not detract from the fact that there is an abundance of dining options, bars and so much to do. Staff/Crew are second to non and the fabric of the ship is well looked after. Found no issues with quality of food or drinks or entertainment. Embarking and Disembarking wasn't too strenuous and we chase to "carry off" our own cases at end of the cruise as this enabled us to finish packing next morning and not previous night. One negative is that whilst we had a drinks package which included premium coffee, you can not have premium coffee in the Atrium!
Enjoyable Med Cruise on the Norwegian Pearl. Pros - Good Value - Clean - Not too busy - Nice food - Informal - Family friendly - International cruisers Cons - Staff inconsistent - Entertainment - Indirect flights - Sunbed policing non-existent
Great cruise , great ship great food cabin good , inside great destinations , Baltic , 10 countries - st . Petersburg , the high light staff excellent schedule on time , excellent. entertainment - 27th may to 7th june - below par - no Asian shows , their were a lot of Asians on board. alcoholic drinks , excessively expensive money - poor , only usd when travelling Europe - what about the EURO no tv schedule of programmes , had to ask the main desk !! European soccer cup final was a may be on tv , half the ship wanted to watch this , not American ? when in rome do as the romans do . worst art auctions I have seen , a lot of screaming , even for paintings not sold . note; when travelling Europe , try accommodate the passengers you have , ie non American
OK bad news first - as expected, things on board are expensive and there will be people trying to persuade you to part with lots of money for goods or services. It can also be difficult to get coffee in the very early hours of the morning.That said the ship was great, the facilities were excellent and as described. The staff (particularly cabin , bar and dining room) were fantastic, The entertainment was varied and interesting (and included Funky Roots, the best band I have seen in a long time) and the itinerary was excellent. Yes, it isn't cheap but this cruise was worth every penny we paid and we thoroughly enjoyed it and can definitely recommend Norwegian Cruise Lines, The Norwegian Pearl and the Baltic cruise.
The Norwegian Pearl is a newer ship and now it is our favourite. I was very impressed with all aspects of the ship and its employees. Upon entering our balcony stateroom we were pleased, the room was bright, sleek and with modern looking. The restrooms of the ship were extremely clean as well as the entire ship. The restaurants are very nice and the food was wonderful with very high quality. Even the buffet was amazing. The entertainment on board was also very good. I love the shows. I believed that it was the best value for the money that I could have spent anywhere.
All offers and prices are subject to change and availability at time of enquiry. Prices are based on two passengers sharing unless otherwise stated and are subject to the Tour Operator's terms and conditions. Cabin and Flight supplements may apply. Other supplements may apply in addition to the price shown above. Flight details, timings and routing may be subject to alteration. Other tour operator charges may also apply. Any Onboard Spending money or drinks package value shown will be per cabin, again based on two sharing.
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