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Port Canaveral, USA (North America) - Civitavecchia, Italy (Europe)

Approx 12 Nights, From only €CALLpp

Departing 7th April 2024


Transatlantic: Gibraltar & Alicante

from Orlando (Port Canaveral), Florida

Begin your incredible journey aboard Norwegian Epic for an unforgettable 12-day cruise holiday. In Gibraltar, visit the famous Rock of Gibraltar for panoramic views of two continents (Europe and Africa) before descending underground to explore the historic tunnels. From Civitavecchia, explore Rome's famous ancient ruins and works of art, including Michelangelo's awe-inspiring Sistine Chapel and the beautifully constructed Trevi Fountain.


Norwegian Cruise Line has been the premier innovator in the cruise line industry for over 56 years. We were the first to eliminate set dining times and provide guests with the freedom to cruise on their timetable to over 450 incredible destinations around the world. Our award-winning fleet provides an unparalleled onboard experience and will continue to expand with the arrival of our Prima Class ships.

Guests are welcomed aboard with a wide variety of complimentary and speciality dining options, entertainment that ranges from live music and comedy to shows straight from Broadway and our wide range of accommodations that are perfect for any type of traveller.

In the coming years, Norwegian’s commitment to innovation will continue to raise the bar for the cruise industry.

Norwegian Epic

155,873Gross Register Tonnage

4,100 Guest Capacity double occupancy

329m Overall Length

52m Max Beam

2020 Refurbished

Year Built 2010                 

1,724 Ship Crew

* Maximum passenger age - 0 years old upon return.

12 Nights | Port Canaveral, USA (North America) - Civitavecchia, Italy (Europe) | €CALLpp (2 Sharing)

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