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Norwegian Cruise Line reverses ban on taking food to cabins

Norwegian Cruise Line said it will once again allow passengers to take food to their cabins from dining venues, reversing a month-old policy.

Norwegian President Andy Stuart said the decision was made after getting considerable customer feedback from a number of channels. 187 more words

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Missed Connections and Staring at Jesus Part 1


A young girl-not-yet-a-woman exits the taxi and breathes in the Birmingham air. It’s warm, for once, and she wonders what the next two weeks will bring. 2,776 more words


Norwegian Dawn on schedule for next voyage

Norwegian Dawn

The Norwegian Dawn is structurally sound and will sail its next scheduled cruise from Boston on May 22, Norwegian Cruise Line said on Wednesday. 133 more words


Experts inspect cruise ship freed from reef off Bermuda

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Nearly 3,500 passengers and crew were allowed to disembark Wednesday in Bermuda after their cruise ship became grounded on a reef close to the British island as it tried to depart for Boston. 431 more words


Cruise Liner Refloated After Running Aground

Norwegian Dawn

A Norwegian Cruise Line ship with more than 3,500 people on board has had to be refloated after running aground near Bermuda.

The Norwegian Dawn was returning to Boston with 2,443 passengers and more than 1,059 crew. 103 more words

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The Cruise Virgin, Part II

After checking in for our Norwegian cruise on a ship called the Getaway, my husband Chuck and I move to a large waiting area with hundreds of other passengers.  476 more words

KLUV World Tour: Hawaii

Seven days, four islands, and two overnight stays. One amazing itinerary – which only Norwegian Cruise Lines can offer. Almost 100 hours in port, you can really capture the soul of Hawaii each and every day. 243 more words