NCL Repositioning Ships

Beginning in September 2007, Norwegian Cruise Line's Pride of Aloha will begin 10- and 11-day itineraries from Honolulu, while the Norwegian Sun will be redeployed to Miami to sail seven-day western Caribbean cruises commencing in October 2007 and continuing through April 2008. The Pride of Aloha will call on Fanning Island in Kiribati, NCL's Pacific island just north of the equator. The Sun will call on ports in Honduras, Belize, Mexico and Great Stirrup Cay, NCL's private island. The new cruise itineraries began selling this week. For more information, visit [www.ncl.com].

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