Norwegian Cruise Line will be the first cruise line to use Panama City as a seasonal homeport.

Beginning March 20th of next year, the company will provide roundtrip Panama Canal voyages with Norwegian Jewel.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, the parent business, has struck a multi-year partnership with the Panama Tourism Authority.

The agreement permits the company to homeport seasonally at the Colon Cruise Terminal and the Fuerte Amador Cruise Terminal, both of which are located on the Pacific Ocean side of the country, near Panama City.

The new contract is part of an agreement that will offer Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings with Panama Canal transit benefits from 2022 to 2024 while executing homeport turnarounds.

The company will offer 12 homeport voyages in 2022 and 2023, sailing a nine-day itinerary through the Panama Canal and stopping in incredible places like Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; Oranjestad, Aruba; Willemstad, Curaçao; Kralendijk, Bonaire; and Cartagena, Colombia, before arriving in the Caribbean side of Panama in the city of Colon.

Norwegian Cruise Line’s chief executive, Harry Sommer, stated, “Part of our mission is to create unforgettable experiences in some of the most special places around the world. This new agreement enables nearly 24,000 guests to experience the beauty of Panama each year.”

– India’s new age travel digital media


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