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Saturday, October 28th
Sail from beautiful Miami, FL. at 4pm (boarding is from noon to 3:00pm). Join us poolside for the sail away festivities and meet lots of other fun-loving singles!
Sunday, October 29th
A day at sea. Take part in exclusive singles activities and mingle with friends.
Monday, October 30th
From 10am to 6pm, experience Roatan, Honduras. Floating 30 miles off the Caribbean coastline of Honduras, in the Bay Islands, Roatan is 29 miles long and two miles wide. Reefs surrounding the islands are teeming with marine life and offer some fantastic scuba-diving and snorkeling opportunities. Idyllic beaches also lure visitors.
Tuesday, October 31st
From 8am to 5pm, explore Harvest Caye, Belize. Spread across two islands, the 75-acre Harvest Caye is the only port in Belize to feature a cruise ship pier. The port also caters solely to Norwegian Cruise Line passengers. Travelers will experience the renowned natural beauty of Belize while also enjoying all they could want from such a tropical destination. The focus of Harvest Caye is its seven acres of pristine white sand beach surrounded by crystal clear waters. Those who prefer to spend their day inland can visit the 130 foot tall Flighthouse. It is the jumping point for various aerial activities such as zip lining, free fall jumping, suspension bridges, and a ropes course. A journey across the zipline offers visitors the perfect bird’s eye view of the verdant hills on the mainland, as well as other glimpses around the island. If flying through the air isn’t for you, Harvest Caye also has water sports activities available like paddle boarding, kayaking, and canoeing through the shallow lagoon area.
Wednesday, November 1st
From 8am to 5pm, visit Costa Maya, Mexico. Mysterious ruins rescued from the jungle, monkeys announcing themselves from the trees, incredibly beautiful and rare birds, pristine beaches and a magnificent coral reef are just some of the attributes of the Costa Maya. This southern section of the Yucatan coast stretches 80 miles from Xcalak, a fishing village on a finger of land reaching out to Belize. The reserve's untouched forests and wetlands are home to a wide variety of birds, crocodiles, jaguars and monkeys as well as numerous Mayan sites.
Thursday, November 2nd
From 8am to 5pm, visit Cozumel, Mexico. Just off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula sits the island of Cozumel, draped in lush, tropical vegetation. The reefs that fringe the island beckon divers and snorkelers. The most popular shore excursions include snorkeling on famous Palancar Reef or a beginner's dive at Paraiso Reef. A land tour will provide a nice taste of Mexico -- Cozumel has done much to retain its Mexican character. Tourists also may want to take a short trip inland to visit the great pyramids and temples of the Mayas.
Friday, November 3rd
A day at sea. Take part in exclusive singles activities and mingle with friends.
Saturday, November 4th
At 8am, the Norwegian Escape returns to Miami, FL. Be sure to gather those phone numbers to keep in touch with your new lifelong friends, and don't forget to plan ahead for your next cruise with Vacations To Go!

Our prices include the following:
  • Organized singles activities with our singles host Alexander Weyermann
  • Private singles cocktail parties/mixers (with complimentary cocktails)
  • Single-mingle dining
  • All meals and non-alcoholic, non-carbonated beverages
  • Lavish buffets and complimentary room service
  • Nightly Vegas-style shows and comedy routines
  • Dancing nightly
  • Live music nightly on deck and in clubs and lounges
  • Access to The Spa featuring fitness, beauty & spa facilities
  • Port charges and taxes

Options not included in the prices:
  • Airfare to Miami -- available on request.
  • Travel insurance is highly recommended to protect against unexpected events. You may purchase insurance up to 48 hours before departure. Click here to read more about your insurance options.
Western Caribbean singles cruise departs
October 28th from Helsinki

Princess's Regal Princess

Regal Princess, sister ship to Royal Princess, is sure to impress its 3,600 passengers with exciting innovations and signature features. Among her highlights, the Regal Princess offers an expanded atrium with additional entertainment and casual dining options including an Italian gelateria and the Ocean Terrace Seafood Bar. Enjoy exciting Piazza entertainment performances, a martini in Crooner's, a Bellini in Bellii's Bar, or just hang out and socialize with fellow passengers. The ship also features one of Princess’ largest top deck pool with a water & light show, an enhanced Movies Under the Stars® screen, and the SeaWalk with views 128 feet straight down. All ocean view staterooms on Regal Princess include balconies.

Ports Visited

Berlin (Warnemunde), Germany

Passengers are usually taken by train from the port city of Warnemunde to Berlin. In Berlin, step back into the city's turbulent past at the Brandenburg Gate, once closed between East and West Berlin, then reopened in 1989 when the Berlin Wall came down. View the famous sculpture of Queen Nefertiti at the Egyptian Museum, or wander among the shops and cafes of the Kurfurstendamm and Unter den Linden, two of the city's historic boulevards. Tourists staying at port can stroll past the fishermen's cottages on the old Alter Strom harbor.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Cruises from Copenhagen depart from late spring through early fall.

Copenhagen is a lively city in Denmark with storybook charm. Tourists will want to view the Little Mermaid statue, inspired by the fairy tale; visit Tivoli Gardens, the world-famous amusement park; and witness the changing of the guard at Amalienborg Palace, the residence of the members of Europe's oldest royal dynasty. The best excursions feature these major attractions, as well as the Kronborg Castle in nearby Elsinore, the setting of Shakespeare's "Hamlet."

Helsinki, Finland

Finland's national capital is a lively, neoclassical city. The most obligatory site here is the tremendous Temppeliaukio Church, carved from solid stone. Popular excursions cover the Senate Square, the Lutheran Cathedral, Sibelius Monument, Finlandia Concert Hall, market square and Esplanadi Park.

Oslo, Norway

Norway's cultural and political center sits at the end of a 60-mile-long fjord. From the many Viking museums to the Hollmenkollen ski jump, the sites here are unique. Tourists will also want to visit Frogner Park, with its modern sculptures, and the Munch Museum. The island's landscape of lush mountains and cloistered coves is a sight in itself.

Stockholm (Nynashamn), Sweden

Nynashamn is located 60 kilometers south of Stockholm and serves as an additional gateway to the capital. Once in Stockholm you'll find the immaculate city sprawling across more than a dozen islands in a Baltic bay. The best half-day shore excursions tour Gamla Stan, or old town, with its narrow cobblestone streets and buildings that date to the 17th and 18th centuries. Stops typically include Stortorget Square and its historic stock exchange; the hall where Nobel Laureates are honored; the great warship Vasa; and the Royal Palace to watch the changing of the guard. A trip to Drottningholm Palace, which houses a splendid working 18th-century theater, also is popular.

Tallinn, Estonia

In this Hanseatic city founded in the 13th century, nearly every building is a sight to see. Its medieval spirit is reflected in the main square, towering spires, cobblestone streets and the stone walls that encompass the city. Explore the gothic Church of St. Olai, handicraft shops and the 13th-century Danish Toompea Castle.

St. Petersburg, Russia

This city along the Neva River embodies some of Russia's greatest treasures, and some ships stay in port overnight to allow passengers time to see the myriad sites. A few of the major attractions include the famous masterpieces at the Hermitage Museum, the baroque-style Winter Palace, St. Isaac's Cathedral with its 300-foot gilt cupola and the Bronze Horseman, a monument to Peter the Great.