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Norwegian Sun to sail from Port Canaveral in 2010

Norwegian Pearl For the first time in more than 11 years, Norwegian Cruise Line will homeport a ship seasonally at Port Canaveral, Florida beginning October 2010. The 1,936-passenger Norwegian Sun will sail alternating seven-day eastern and western Caribbean cruises. Read for more…
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Its the Norwegian Epic!

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) announced Norwegian Epic as the name for its F3 newbuild. The ship will operate year-round seven-day Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises from Miami. Read for more Epic details…

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Norwegian and shipbuilder STX settle dispute

NCL and STX Europe agree to build one F3, second ship cancelled. This means those crazy wavy staterooms and the first at-sea ice bar are a go. Read for more…

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Norwegian Cruise Line’s F3 may sail after all

Reports are circulating that Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) and shipbuilder STX Europe have reached a settlement that allows for the completion of NCL’s F3 vessel. The 150,000-ton, 4,200-berth ship is the biggest ever commissioned by NCL. Read for more details…

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More good news! NCL ends fuel supplement

Norwegian Pearl It’s been a busy day (and night) for cruise lines getting rid of fuel surcharges. First, Carnival Corp. and its six cruise lines and now Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) just announced they’re giving the supplment the heave-ho. NCL says in response to the current continued decline of fuel prices they will be suspending the company’s fuel supplement effective immediately for all voyages departing in 2009. Read for more details…

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Is NCL’s F3 ship hitting the fan?

There has been a lot of buzz in European shipyards the past two weeks about a dispute between Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) and Aker Yards S.A. of France regarding NCL’s order for the first of two F3 vessels. According to industry insiders the building of the first F3 ship has stopped. What’s going on? Read for more information…

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