Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines has announced an additional nine-month world cruise scheduled to take place in late 2021 or early 2022 that will be an all-Norwegian Great Ocean Collection (NOC) cruise.
The voyage will be the first of its kind and the company says the itinerary will give visitors from around the world the chance to experience over 20 overnight stays in some of the most unique ports of call such as the Norwegian Salt Mines in Ghana, Ghana, which was first discovered by early explorers in 1898.
All of the guest ships of the NOC will continue to call at London’s Paddington, offering access to over 20 museums and visitor attractions including the London Eye, the Imperial War Museum, Natural History Museum, Tate Modern, The Victoria and Albert Museum, National Gallery, National Maritime Museum, and Natural History Museum, as well as many other popular places.
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The itinerary includes a stop on the islands of Madeira and Cape Verde with more than 40 days in cities around the world including Berlin, Barcelona, Florence, Mexico City, New York, San Francisco, Madrid, Lisbon, Rome, San Diego, Sydney, Tokyo, Miami, San Diego, and beyond.
According to The Cruise Institute, there are 21 NOC cruises currently in the books and more planned for 2019.
Source: Channel News Asia
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