New European itineraries for Norwegian Spirit, including the Port of Civitavecchia.

Norwegian Spirit return to Europe, where it will remain the basis for the whole year, heading to the eastern and western Mediterranean departures from Barcelona, Istanbul and Venice.

The stopovers will vary depending on the length of the cruise and will include ports such as Zadar, Heraklion, Piraeus (Athens) and Rhodes, Kusadasi (Ephesus), Naples (Pompeii), Livorno (Florence / Pisa), Palermo, and Civitavecchia (Rome), Monte Carlo, Palma, Mallorca and Valencia, Marseille, and Valletta.

The NCL Spirit ship was formerly built as “SuperStar Leo” for Star Cruises (Asian line) – the first of this class design. The vessel is a Leo-class Norwegian Cruise Lines ship. She has no sisters in the NCL fleet, but has a sister in the Star Cruises fleet – the cruise ship SuperStar Virgo.

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