East Coast to Bermuda on Norwegian Cruise Line
Looking for a quick escape to island paradise right off the east coast? Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) can make your daydreams a reality with Boston and New York City voyages to Bermuda. Set sail with 4-,5-,7-, and 10-day trips that are available for a broad variety of NCL’s most entertaining ships. Each of them offers a versatile experience filled with diverse dining options and award-winning entertainment.
Departing from NYC
The Norwegian Escape and Breakaway are popular Bermuda ships departing from New York City. Both allow its guests to connect with the sea on The Waterfront, a picturesque quarter-mile oceanfront promenade. Here, you will discover a new restaurant and bar each night. On the Escape, you can taste the exquisite wines at The Cellars Wine bar while soaking in the ocean air, while on the Breakaway, you can step into the breeze and taste the sea’s most savory flavors at the casual Ocean Blue.
Departing from Boston
Boston’s favorite Bermuda ship would be the Norwegian Gem. This recently refurbished sparkling ship is all about a refined atmosphere that offers a world-class spa and unforgettable nightlife. Sit back for premier musical entertainment, such as the pop country tribute show, Blazing Boots, and a trip back in time to the disco grooves and rock & roll moves of the 1970’s with Get Down Tonight. The Gem features everything from bold casinos to upscale wine and cigar clubs. Your trip from Beantown to Bermudan bliss awaits here.
Other Bermuda Options from NYC & Boston
Norwegian’s opulent cruises from Boston to Bermuda or NYC to Bermuda don’t stop there either. Your opportunities to enjoy a well-rounded and complete experience can become a reality with other ships such as the freestyling vibe of the Dawn, which features numerous brand new venues, such as The Cellars – A Michael Mondavi Family Wine Bar, or the thrill of the Joy, the only place where you can rev the engine in go-cart madness at sea. You can indulge in the calm and coolness of the Star, a ship where you’ll discover Spice H20, an adult-only cocktail escape. Plus, feel the action of the Encore, a journey of cutting-edge technology and daring activities – all of which disembark from NYC and Boston to Bermuda.
Why Sail to Bermuda?
Both of Boston and New York City to Bermuda cruises will arrive in the historic Royal Naval Dockyard, which is a popular hub for sightseeing, shopping, dining, and entertainment. You’ll get an authentic taste of Bermuda from the first moments you step off the ship and onto the Royal Naval Dockyard. You can explore 500 years of Bermuda history and culture through bastions, cannons, shipwrecks, artifacts, and art at the National Museum of Bermuda. From there, you can bond with the dolphins at Dolphins Quest, take a private jet ski tour or go catamaran sailing, break the surface by Hartley helmet diving, or take a broad range of charters around the crystal turquoise waters.
What also makes Bermuda such an attractive excursion destination are one-of-a-kind nature experiences that are bound to last in your memories. Visitors can explore ancient caves and coves in Harrington or discover the natural wonders of Tom Moore’s Jungle. You can also sit back and take in the island all together – whether by a tour bus or cruise – you’ll see all the hottest spots, such as Somerset Drawbridge, Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, the Botanical Gardens, and “Millionaire’s Row.”
These famous pink-sand beaches are just a playground for adventure among the Caribbean sun, as the excursion possibilities are truly endless. Whether it’s snorkeling around ancient shipwrecks and coral reefs, teeing off among the panoramic golf courses, or shopping and sightseeing through the culturally-rich capital of Hamilton, anywhere you are on this archipelago of 138 coral islands will satisfy the tropical destination you crave.
So, hop aboard an NCL ship and feel the freedom to experience an adventure at sea like never before. Contact your Liberty Travel consultant today to start planning your next Norwegian getaway to Bermuda.