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NCL cruise ship Norwegian Epic with year-round Mediterranean cruises 2015

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I just read that the NCL Norwegian lines have announced their Norwegian Epic will be deployed to Europe in Spring 2015 - but this time for good! NCL's largest cruise ship will be cruising year-round in the Mediterranean leaving out of Barcelona and Rome on round-trip 7-day cruises - the new program starts on April 30, 2015.

The Epic's current cruise program offers also Caribbean cruises from Miami during winter months. You can see the NCL Epic itinerary maps and 2015 cruises schedule here
http://www.cruiseshipitinerary.com/ncl-norwegian-epic-itinerary/

I think it's kinda risky decision, considering the Costa and MSC Mediterranean Sea cruise competition. Still, the Epic cruise ship prices are relatively cheap, plus she is one of the world's largest passenger ships of all times. And the mighty Royal Caribbean made the ship size a so good deal these days! :)

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