Norwegian Majesty To Sail New Itinerary From Charleston

Norwegian Majesty will sail a new seven-day Bahamas and Florida itinerary from Charleston beginning this fall through April 2009. The voyage will include four different ports, in place of the existing three ports in Western Caribbean Majesty now serves.

The 1,462-passenger ship will depart Charleston on Saturdays with the first cruise slated to leave November 15. The four ports of call are Grand Bahama Island, Nassau, NCL's private island Great Stirrup Cay and Orlando.

The new itinerary is now on sale and existing reservations on Norwegian Majesty's current itinerary will be moved to the new itinerary, or passengers can opt to cancel.

Guests on Norwegian Majesty will be introduced to many new enhancements that are part of NCL's new Freestyle 2.0 program, including new food and beverage options. Visit  www.ncl.com. (DE)

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