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Norwegian Cruise Line
"The Norwegian Way"


Norwegian Cruise Line offers midrange mainstream cruising experience on modern cruise vessels with diverse itineraries. The company is somewhat behind of it's main competitors (Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity and Holland America) and targets middle class passengers, mostly from the U.S. and Canada.
Norwegian Cruise Line offers good working conditions for it's crew members and competitive salaries, but in case you could secure a position with any of the above mentioned cruise lines, it is our opinion that they are a better choice.


Fleet and itineraries:

Norwegian Sky: Bahamas registry, built 1999, 80.000
gross tons, 2.002 passengers, 750 crew members.
Itineraries: Eastern/Western Caribbean, Panama Canal
Alaska.
 
     
Norwegian Wind: Bahamas registry, built 1993, 46.000 gross tons, 1.750 passengers, 614 crew members.
Itineraries: Western Caribbean, Panama Canal, Alaska, Hawaii.
 
     
Norwegian Dream: Bahamas registry, built 1992,
46.000 gross tons, 1.750 passengers, 614 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean, Black Sea, Scandinavia, Western
Europe, Trans-Atlantic, Southern Caribbean.
 
     
Norwegian Majesty: Panama registry, built 1992,
38.000 gross tons, 1.460 passengers, 550 crew members.
Itineraries: Caribbean, Bermuda, South America.
 
     
Norwegian Sea: Bahamas registry, built 1988, 42.000
gross tons, 1.504 passengers, 616 crew members.
Itineraries: Caribbean from Houston.
 
     
The Norway: Norway registry, built 1960,
76.000 gross tons, 2.032 passengers, 900 crew members.
Itineraries: Eastern Caribbean from Miami.
 
     
Norwegian Star: Bahamas registry, built 1973,
4.250 gross tons, 116 passengers, 90 crew members.
Itineraries: Australia.
 
     

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