In anticipation of the arrival of its newest ship, Norwegian Breakaway, launching this May, Norwegian Cruise Line has expanded its tour offerings in Bermuda.
The line has added several new excursions that are available only to guests on Norwegian Breakaway, as well as a number of excursions for guests on both Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Dawn, sailing from Boston to Bermuda.
The new tour options add to Norwegian’s extensive shore excursion programme, which offers guests more than 30 unique Bermuda excursions.
With the new 2013 Bermuda shore excursions guests can go reef fishing at night, bike the original Bermuda railway trail and explore the spectacular scenery by paddleboard.
Norwegian Breakaway guests will also have the opportunity to experience several excursions exclusive to the ship, including the chance to discover Bermuda’s natural beauty and hidden treasures in a more personalised setting and at their own pace with a private boat tour.
“Bermuda is one of my favourite destinations and is such a fun and beautiful place to visit,” said Kevin Sheehan, Norwegian Cruise Line’s chief executive.
“These new Bermuda shore excursions are sure to complement the exciting features and amenities our guests can experience onboard Norwegian Breakaway and enhance their cruise holiday on this spectacular island.”
Norwegian Cruise Line is considered the World’s Leading Large Ship Cruise Line by the World Travel Awards.