Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Star Sails From New York to Bermuda in 2012

Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Star Sails from New York to Bermuda in 2012
Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Star Sails from New York to Bermuda in 2012
Norwegian Cruise Line announced its 2012/2013 deployment and itineraries for Bermuda,  The 2,348-passenger Norwegian Star will sail to Bermuda for the first time from her new homeport in New York City.

"The 2012/2013 season is filled with new and exciting Freestyle Cruising choices. Whether it's our ships cruising different destinations, disembarking from new homeports or sailing new itineraries, we offer the most freedom and flexibility when it comes to cruise travel," said Kevin Sheehan, Norwegian's chief executive officer. "We are pleased to bring  Norwegian Star to Bermuda". 
 
Norwegian will continue its commitment to Bermuda, sailing two ships from the Northeast to Bermuda weekly from April through October calling on King's Wharf. Norwegian Star will sail from New York on Sundays to Bermuda, staying for three full days. The 2,224-passenger Norwegian Dawn will sail her Bermuda itinerary departing on Fridays from Boston with three days in Bermuda.
 Bookings for these cruises are now open to the public.



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