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Family Cruising: Norwegian Dawn’ Big Apple to Bermuda

Sunday, September 7th, 2008
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Awesome Overview
With idyllic beaches and a colorful landscape crowned by pastel cottages, Bermuda is perfect for families. This small cluster of North Atlantic islands serves up plenty for families to explore while exuding a British Colonial charm that is safe, orderly, and always polite.

Sailing out of New York City during the spring, summer and fall, Norwegian Dawn’s 7-day itinerary spends three days in Bermuda, providing an optimal balance of beach time and kid-friendly sightseeing. Using the ship as home base, families can come and go as they please and eat when it suits them as part of the Norwegian’s Freestyle Cruising program, which allows guests to choose when and where they enjoy each meal rather than adhering to the ship’s schedule.

Families will appreciate the ship’s roomy (by cruise standards) four-person cabins, and for extended families, many cabins interconnect, a convenience not often found on ships. (more…)