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Norweigian Cruise Line has various cruise ships. All of them have different themes. When you sail with Norwegian Cruise Line, you are cruising on the youngest, most innovative, most accommodating fleet on the high seas. The award-winning fleet was built for Freestyle Cruising, designed to give you freedom and flexibility. Choose your ship, choose your destination and step on board for the perfect vacation. *Youngest fleet among North American cruise lines. Get more out of your next vacation.

Freestyle Cruising is all about giving you the freedom of choice to have your style of vacation. Relax or be adventurous. Eat a burger or filet. Dress up or go casual. And never have a fixed schedule or restriction to slow you down. It's your vacation, so make sure it's exactly what you've been daydreaming about. You'll find our fleet of new ships have everything you need to have your perfect cruise vacation.

  • Freestyle Dining: No set dining times, no assigned tables, a relaxed dress code and more restaurants than days in the week on every ship, so you can enjoy whatever you're hungry for, whenever you're hungry.
  • Freestyle Fun: How do you have a good time? Pools with slides, Wii" on two-story screens, modern fitness centers, expansive spas, fun kids and teens programs, wine tastings, an always-exciting casino and more are all waiting for you on board.
  • Freestyle Accommodations: From the largest suites at sea to a room with a view with our Balcony Staterooms, Norwegian Cruise Line has the widest selection of accommodations at sea, including more family-friendly interconnecting staterooms and suites than anyone else.
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