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Caribbean Cruise

1.303€ 1.878€ 31% off

About this cruise

Come aboard the Norwegian Getaway ship for an exciting 11-day cruise through the Caribbean. Departing from New York, you`ll have the chance to visit enchanting destinations in the USA, Bermuda, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (1.303€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
16/01/2024 - 28/01/2024 1.860€ 2.170€ 2.430€ 3.240€
17/01/2024 - 27/01/2024 1.590€ 2.130€ 2.510€ 3.750€
26/01/2024 - 07/02/2024 1.850€ 2.200€ 2.420€ 3.160€
27/01/2024 - 06/02/2024 1.800€ 2.180€ 2.460€ 3.560€
06/03/2024 - 18/03/2024 2.500€ 3.000€ 3.640€ 4.690€
07/03/2024 - 17/03/2024 2.170€ 2.670€ 3.310€ 4.350€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
16/01/2024 - 28/01/2024 3.100€ 3.430€ 3.770€ 4.140€
17/01/2024 - 27/01/2024 2.610€ 3.090€ 3.580€ 4.190€
26/01/2024 - 07/02/2024 3.080€ 3.450€ 3.750€ 4.120€
27/01/2024 - 06/02/2024 2.670€ 3.140€ 3.520€ 4.000€
06/03/2024 - 18/03/2024 3.760€ 4.280€ 4.850€ 5.190€
07/03/2024 - 17/03/2024 3.200€ 3.780€ 4.600€ 4.790€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
16/01/2024 - 28/01/2024 3.870€ 4.200€ 4.540€ 4.920€
17/01/2024 - 27/01/2024 2.850€ 3.330€ 3.820€ 4.430€
26/01/2024 - 07/02/2024 3.840€ 4.210€ 4.510€ 4.890€
27/01/2024 - 06/02/2024 2.910€ 3.380€ 3.760€ 4.240€
06/03/2024 - 18/03/2024 4.900€ 5.430€ 5.990€ 6.330€
07/03/2024 - 17/03/2024 3.810€ 4.390€ 5.210€ 5.400€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
16/01/2024 - 28/01/2024 4.640€ 4.980€ 5.320€ 5.690€
17/01/2024 - 27/01/2024 3.080€ 3.560€ 4.060€ 4.660€
26/01/2024 - 07/02/2024 4.610€ 4.980€ 5.280€ 5.660€
27/01/2024 - 06/02/2024 3.140€ 3.610€ 3.990€ 4.470€
06/03/2024 - 18/03/2024 6.050€ 6.570€ 7.140€ 7.480€
07/03/2024 - 17/03/2024 4.420€ 5.000€ 5.820€ 6.000€

Cruise Route

Day 1: New York (New York), USA. Departure time: 16:00. New York - the huge, vibrant city on the Hudson River and the secret capital of the world - is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating cities in the USA. Around 12 million inhabitants from all corners of the world call New York their home. The city is divided into five boroughs, with Manhattan being the heart of the city and also the most famous district. When thinking of New York, most travelers immediately associate it with Wall Street and Broadway, the Empire State Building, Fifth Avenue and the numerous museums, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty. All of this can be found in New York City, even within the "small" borough of Manhattan. "The Big Apple," as the city is also called, is a melting pot of culture and nationalities, of the poor and the rich, the epitome of contrasts. Often sung about and described, New York is a city of constant change. It is a center of economy, art, and architecture, experienced differently by each of the over 25 million visitors it attracts annually.

Day 2: Sea day.

Day 3: Die Königliche Marine-Werft (Ireland Island), Bermuda. Arrival time: 09:00. Departure time: 15:45. Duration of port stay: 6 hours 45 minutes. The Royal Naval Dockyard, also known as King`s Wharf, is located on Ireland Island in the westernmost of the nine regions of Bermuda, Sandys Parish. The port facilities were operated by the British as the "Gibraltar of the West" for a long time. It served as a shipyard and supply station for ships traveling between the West Indies in the Caribbean and Nova Scotia. The fort, built between 1814 and 1863, served as a base in both World Wars and was abandoned in 1951.
Later, new life was breathed into the buildings: there is now a maritime museum, a cinema, a craft market, and the "Bermuda Snorkel Park," among other attractions. The beautiful beaches of Somerset Long Bay are nearby. In addition, the dock is now a docking point for cruise ships from many shipping companies. Other possible ports of call in Bermuda are St. George and Hamilton.

Day 4: Sea day.

Day 5: Philipsburg, St. Martin. Arrival time: 12:30. Departure time: 20:00. Duration of port stay: 7 hours 30 minutes. Sint Maarten, with its capital Philipsburg, is the smaller Dutch part of the enchanting Caribbean island that the Netherlands and France have peacefully shared since 1648. The Dutch part of the island is among the most popular shopping and vacation destinations in the Caribbean. In Philipsburg alone, there are over 500 shops in the pastel-colored Dutch style, where luxury goods can be purchased at up to 50% below the regular retail price. The best way to experience genuine Caribbean flair is at the Saturday market in the capital. Attractions: Zoo, Philipsburg Museum, Fortress in the Great Bay Harbor, Casino, beaches.

Day 6: St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 19:00. Duration of port stay: 12 hours. St. Thomas is part of the Virgin Islands and is one of the largest and most lively tourist centers in the Caribbean. The American island used to belong to Denmark and was bought by the US in 1917. The main attraction is the beautiful beaches, but the island also offers a variety of sights and a lively nightlife, especially in the capital city of Charlotte Amalie, which is characterized by colonial houses in Danish style. In the hilly northwest of the island is the Mountain Top, which offers a view of 19 of the surrounding Virgin Islands. A ride in the Atlantis Submarine is also an unforgettable experience. Sights include the Historical Museum Fort Christian, Coral World Observatory, Frederick Lutheran Church, Government Building on Government Hill, Venus Column on Magnolia Hill, and the Synagogue on Crystal Glade.

Day 7: San Juan, Puerto Rico. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 15:00. Duration of port stay: 8 hours. San Juan, the capital of the US American island of Puerto Rico in the Greater Antilles, is considered the oldest American city. Expeditions to explore the New World started from here. The historic old town with the university, the La Fortaleza fortress, the gothic cathedral, and the historic buildings from the Spanish colonial period are worth seeing. Since 1983, San Juan has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The new San Juan advertises with luxurious resort hotels, casinos, and upscale nightclubs. Nature lovers can explore the nearby rainforest with its mountain lakes and waterfalls from here.

Day 8: Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 15:00. Duration of port stay: 8 hours. Puerto Plata is one of the oldest cities in the Dominican Republic, founded in 1496 by Columbus` brother Bartolomeo. In the 19th century, the city experienced an economic boom through its port. The old town is worth seeing, mostly consisting of wooden houses in Victorian Gingerbread style. In the narrow streets around the Parque Central, with a nostalgic Glorieta pavilion, there are numerous small shops, restaurants, and cafes. The sights include the San Felipe fortress, built in the 16th century to protect against pirate attacks. Right next to it is the harbor, where stranded ships remind of hurricanes that swept across the coast.

Day 9 - 10: Sea day.

Day 11: New York (New York), USA. Arrival time: 07:00. New York - the huge, vibrant city on the Hudson River and the secret capital of the world - is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating cities in the USA. Around 12 million inhabitants from all corners of the world call New York their home. The city is divided into five boroughs, with Manhattan being the heart of the city and also the most famous district. When thinking of New York, most travelers immediately associate it with Wall Street and Broadway, the Empire State Building, Fifth Avenue and the numerous museums, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty. All of this can be found in New York City, even within the "small" borough of Manhattan. "The Big Apple," as the city is also called, is a melting pot of culture and nationalities, of the poor and the rich, the epitome of contrasts. Often sung about and described, New York is a city of constant change. It is a center of economy, art, and architecture, experienced differently by each of the over 25 million visitors it attracts annually.