Published: 13 August 2015 by: Ginny Cumming

The Norwegian Star in Juneau, Alaska; photo: Tom Mascardo – Flickr

Big news for cruise lovers: Norwegian Cruise Line is returning to Asia and Australia after a gap of 15 years. Starting in 2016, cruises to Asia on board Norwegian Star will depart from Istanbul, Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Auckland – and Sydney.

The line will continue to run four ships in Europe in summer 2016, including Norwegian Spirit – which will offer a series of eastern and western Mediterranean itineraries departing from Barcelona, Venice, and Istanbul – and Norwegian Star, which will sail the Mediterranean and Western Europe in the autumn of 2016 en route to Asia.

Norwegian Epic will return to Florida in November 2016 after more than a year in Europe, and offer a series of short eastern and western Caribbean and Bahamas itineraries, while Norwegian Sun will return to South America for the winter season in 2016-17 with departures from Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Valparaiso in Chile.

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