Settle in for seven days of leisurely sailing across the sea when you set sail with the Norwegian Gem from Boston and back.
With this trip you'll experience one city, the amazing Bermuda. This is a common route for the Gem, but this is the least expensive sailing.
This price just dropped, so book quickly to secure your cabin before the price increases again! We include all all entertainment, meals, taxes, and port fees in this, so that you can compare trips easily. At less than $95 per day, this is a really good bargain.
Over 2,800 people can comfortably sail on this top-rated medium-sized ship, based in Boston and refurbished just four years ago in 2015.
The Gem has a rock climbing wall, a casino, seven jacuzzis, a gym, three pools, and a spa.
Since being listed seventeen months ago, the price of this sailing has varied between $662 and $1,112 for a cabin, including $213 in taxes and port fees. The accompanying graph shows the price over time for the different types of cabin. Now this cruise is at its minimum price, so secure your room now before it increases.
|$94.57 per day||$130.29 per day||$166.00 per day||$216.00 per day|
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This itinerary is made up of three sea days and three port days. See the full itinerary below for details.
|Fri, May 31||Boston, MA||4:00pm|
|Sat, Jun 1||At Sea|
|Sun, Jun 2||King's Wharf, Bermuda||1:00pm|
|Mon, Jun 3|
|Tue, Jun 4||5:30pm|
|Wed, Jun 5||At Sea|
|Thu, Jun 6||At Sea|
|Fri, Jun 7||Boston, MA||8:00am|
The Gem sails this route sixteen times this year plus seventeen times next year. The Serenade of the Seas also sails a route with the same stops but a slightly different schedule.In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.