Get ready for seven days of leisurely travel across the sea when you step aboard the Norwegian Escape from New York and back again.
This sailing is noteworthy because you'll only spend time in exotic cities such as Great Stirrup Cay. This route is a common one for the Escape.
Place your deposit now, because the price of this sailing is rising! Reserve your room before the price rises. We include all entertainment, meals, port fees, and taxes in our price, so that you can compare cruises easily. With a cost of less than $90 a day, this deal is really good.
The Escape, based in New York and Miami and built just four years ago in 2015, is an enormous ship that can carry over 5,200 cruisers.
While aboard this ship you can experience rare attractions like a rock climbing wall and a trampoline park.
The Escape also offers a jacuzzi, a spa, a casino, a waterslide, a minigolf course, and a gym.
This graph indicates the cost over time for the various classes of cabin. Since being listed fifteen months ago, the cost of this sailing has ranged between $578 and $978 for a cabin, inclusive of $179 in taxes and port charges. This itinerary has just risen in price, so secure your stateroom now before it increases again.
|$86.86 per day||$111.14 per day||$104.00 per day||$132.57 per day|
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This cruise includes three days at sea and three port days. High points include visits to exotic destinations like Great Stirrup Cay.
|Sun, Mar 24||New York, NY||3:00pm|
|Mon, Mar 25||At Sea|
|Tue, Mar 26||Port Canaveral, FL||1:00pm||9:00pm|
|Wed, Mar 27||Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas||10:00am||6:00pm|
|Thu, Mar 28||Nassau, Bahamas||8:00am||6:00pm|
|Fri, Mar 29||At Sea|
|Sat, Mar 30||At Sea|
|Sun, Mar 31||New York, NY||8:00am|
The Escape sails this route three times this year. The same itinerary is also sailed by the Getaway and Bliss. The Dawn, Gem, and Pearl sail routes with the same stops but slightly different schedules.In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.