There are inside cabins available on the April 25 sailing of the Norwegian Dawn from New York to Bermuda for $399 a person, double occupancy, which comes out to $589 per person when taxes and Bermuda’s rather substantial port fees are added.
It’s a very nice price for a Bermuda cruise, which tend to be comparatively expensive. For those of us who live in the Northeast, it’s an opportunity to cruise without paying airfare.
The week-long cruise starts with two full days at sea. The ship spends three nights at King’s Wharf, Bermuda, and then a day at sea on return to New York.
Only the April 25 voyage is available at the $399 rate. Summer rates for the same route top off at more than $1,000 per person.
This rate is available directly from Norwegian and from several cruise agencies.
Cabins with balconies start at $699 on the same sailing, which comes to $889, total, per person.