10-Day Eastern Caribbean, Round-trip New York
Enjoy 4 stops during your 10-day break - San Juan, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, Philipsburg, St. Maarten, and Tortola, British Virgin Islands, if stunning beaches and turquoise waters are what you seek, this delightful vacation is just the ticket. Explore a centuries-old fortress in San Juan, experience a ride on a 12-meter race boat in the St. Maarten "America's Cup" Regatta, or explore Blackbeard's Castle in St. Thomas for an unforgettable experience. Try everything the Caribbean has to offer.
Norwegian Gem your Ship !
This sparkling cruise ship is the perfect choice for year-round cruises from New York. Sail to the Bahamas & Florida, the Caribbean, or up the coast of Canada & New England.
Tons of dining choices and Freestyle Cruising, Norwegian Gem has it all. Chill out by the pool, get lucky in the casino, unwind at the spa, and make the kids happy with Wii™ games and lots more. Accommodations range from the luxurious multi-room or romantic suites to spacious and affordable staterooms.
Your Itinerary - Eastern Caribbean
Come experience the very pinnacle of luxury Caribbean vacations with Norwegian Cruise Line. Or maybe you want to experience your vacation on another level - at the top of the ship - in The Haven by Norwegian™, an exclusive enclave with our most luxurious, well-appointed and spacious accommodations. and some of the world's most exquisite beaches.
- Disembarkation usually begins 2 hours after docking.
- Due to security reasons, all guests must be on board 2 hours before sailing.
- Itineraries are subject to change at any time without notice.
- Check your specific sailing for exact departure and arrival times. All times are local to the port.
Extreme Zipline Tour
Zip Lining - St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands - Soar through the canopy of the Caribbean rain-forest and marvel at the spectacular views of Magen's Bay, St John and the British Virgin Islands.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
With an area of only 37 square miles, the island of St. Maarten is the smallest landmass in the world to be divided between two governments. The southern Dutch half offers casinos, duty-free shopping and island culture. The French half is all subdued sophistication. The island was first sighted by Christopher Columbus on 11 November 1493, but there was already an Arawak settlement there before his discovery. Philipsburg was founded in 1763 by John Philips, a Scottish captain in the Dutch navy; the settlement soon became a bustling centre of international trade.