Norwegian Cruise Lines has 10 different itineraries scheduled for departure from Miami this April. They range from quick 3-night trips to the Bahamas to a three week long adventure that ends in Seattle!
The Really Long One
There’s one “repositioning cruise” on the NCL schedule in April, taking Norwegian Encore to Seattle for the Alaska cruise season. It leaves Miami on April 7th on its way to Colombia, the Panama Canal, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Mexico.
Cruises across the Atlantic from the US to Europe are most often associated with the traditional super-luxury cruises that travel from New York to England. But if you choose the right time of the year you can catch one of these transatlantic cruises out of Miami.
Repositioning Cruises From Miami To Europe
Atlantic Ocean crossings from Miami usually fall into one of two categories: repositioning cruises and portions of around-the-world cruises. The cruises departing from Miami in April are of the repositioning variety – the ships are being moved to Europe for the summer season. (You can find repositioning cruises coming the other direction in late summer and early autumn.)
Take a one-way cruise from Miami to Los Angeles and explore everything L.A. has to offer! Most cruises make a round trip and return passengers to the port of departure, but one-way cruises are also available. These point-to-point cruises are less common, but they provide a great opportunity to spend time exploring the departure port before returning home.
One Way Cruises from Miami to Los Angeles, California:
November 25, 2016 – One Way Miami to Los Angeles – 16 Night Panoramic Panama Canal aboard the Oceania Sirena. Ports of call: Great Stirrup Cay (Cruiseline Private Island), Bahamas; Cartagena, Colombia; Panama Canal Full Transit; Golfito, Costa Rica; Puntarenas, Costa Rica; Puerto Corinto, Nicaragua; Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala; Acapulco, Mexico; Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; San Diego, California; San Pedro (Los Angeles), California.
November 25, 2016 – One Way Miami to Los Angeles – 14 Night Panama Canal Westbound aboard the Norwegian Jewel. Ports of call: Cartagena, Colombia; Panama Canal Full Transit; Puntarenas, Costa Rica; Puerto Corinto, Nicaragua; Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala; Acapulco, Mexico; Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; San Pedro (Los Angeles), California. See Prices. Continue reading