COVID-19 UPDATE: Norwegian Cruise Line Cancels all Sailings Through May 14

By  //  April 16, 2020

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Voyages on the Norwegian Sun, have been canceled through Oct. 18

Norwegian Cruise Line has canceled all sailings through May 14, a four-day extension of its current shutdown. (Norwegian Cruise Line image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Norwegian Cruise Line has canceled all sailings through May 14, a four-day extension of its current shutdown.

Voyages on the Norwegian Sun, have been canceled through Oct. 18.

Norwegian Cruise Line, also known in short as Norwegian, is a cruise line founded in 1966 and incorporated in Bermuda.

It is the third-largest cruise line in the world by passengers, controlling about 8.7% of the total worldwide share of the cruise market by passengers as of 2018.

The cruise line was founded as Norwegian Caribbean Line in 1966 by Knut Kloster and Ted Arison, with the 8,666-ton, 140-m cruise ship/car ferry, Sunward, which in 1966 operated as a car ferry between Southampton UK and Gibraltar, for that one, short season only.

–Wikipedia contributed to this report.

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