The Norwegian Sky recently completed a fall season sailing from Port of Baltimore.
Marking the company’s return to the region in several years, the vessel arrived at the Cruise Maryland Terminal on Sep. 1, 2023.
Sailing to Canada and New England, the Sky offered a total of four open-jaw cruises that either started or ended in Baltimore.
The program featured ports of call in the region, such as Sydney, Halifax, Charlottetown, Boston, Martha’s Vineyard and Bar Harbor.
Upon completing the fall season in Baltimore, the Norwegian Sky returned to its homeport in Miami on Oct. 16, 2023.
Sailing from Florida, the 1999-built vessel is now scheduled to continue to offer a series of five- to 15-night cruises to the Caribbean and the Bahamas through the end of the year.
The Norwegian Sky returns to Baltimore in September 2024 for additional open-jaw cruises to Canada & New England.
Before that, the Norwegian Sun is also scheduled to offer departures from the Cruise Maryland Terminal for Norwegian Cruise Line.
The vessel arrives in Baltimore on Nov. 22, 2023, to kick off a winter program that includes roundtrip cruises to Bermuda and the Caribbean.
Extending through the end of the year, the local season starts with a five-night cruise to Bermuda’s King’s Wharf and continues with three 12-night cruises to the Caribbean.
The longer itineraries feature visits to destinations in the Eastern Caribbean, including Tortola, St. Maarten, St. Kitts, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas and Puerto Plata.
In addition to Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International and Carnival Cruise Line also sail from Baltimore on a regular basis.
After repositioning to the port in May, the Vision of the Seas continues to offer a series of year-round cruises from the port to destinations in the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Florida and Bermuda.
Set to be replaced by the Carnival Pride in 2024, the Carnival Legend is also offering varied itineraries departing from the Cruise Maryland Terminal.