Call 1-800-668-6859 or contact your travel professional

MONDAY TO FRIDAY – 9:00am to 4:30pm

Top
 
DeNure Tours / Transatlantic Cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line – 23 or 28 Days
logo

Transatlantic Cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line – 23 or 28 Days

per person

October 19, 2019 23-Days – Double: $7,095, Single: $9,295 28-Days – Double: $7,695, Single: $10,595 Book by September 7, 2018 SAVE $300 pp, book by December 14, 2018 SAVE $200 pp, or book by March 15, 2019 SAVE $100 pp.   Fly to Copenhagen and board the beautiful Norwegian Getaway for…

October 19, 2019

23-Days – Double: $7,095, Single: $9,295

28-Days – Double: $7,695, Single: $10,595

Book by September 7, 2018 SAVE $300 pp, book by December 14, 2018 SAVE $200 pp, or book by March 15, 2019 SAVE $100 pp.

 

Fly to Copenhagen and board the beautiful Norwegian Getaway for a grand voyage across the Atlantic. The Getaway’s Waterfront is an open-air promenade that connects guests with the deep blue ocean like never before. With 18 decks of luxury amenities, there’s never a dull moment!

The port cities of Rotterdam and Le Havre were completely rebuilt after WWII as two of Europe’s most modern and exhilarating cities. Rotterdam is the world’s largest seaport, with a contemporary city line and artsy vibe. Le Havre’s innovative architecture and impressionist museums contrast nicely with the older more famous landmarks of Paris a short venture away. Catch a train from Southampton to explore London’s historic landmarks and sip a proper cup of tea! Sail the Irish Sea, past jaw-dropping cliffs, to Cork for traditional pub fare and lively music.

Enjoy five days at sea, with a stop in the Ponta Delgada, Azores, known for world-class whale watching! Bermuda’s Royal Dockyard is an incredible port packed with boutiques and markets within limestone buildings. Spend all day in Great Stirrup Cay, a 250-acre Bahamian paradise with a gigantic beach buffet and private beach cabanas.

Enjoy Miami’s splashy art deco nightlife before final dockage in New Orleans, where Dixieland jazz fills the French Quarter, and creole grub fills appetites. Enjoy a guided tour before flying home, or travel home by coach and explore the hot spots of Memphis and Nashville!

 

Discover the Big Easy

New Orleans is most famous for the vibrant Mardi Gras Festival, but it’s more than just Mardi Gras – here are some of the city’s must-see sights and experiences.

On a crescent of the mighty Mississippi River sits the historic French Quarter. The cultural hub of New Orleans, the French Quarter’s intricate architecture is a tribute to the city’s Spanish, French, Creole, and American heritage.

The performance arts scene in New Orleans is as eclectic as the citizens who call the city home. Opera, orchestra, ballet, dance, and theatre are traditions dating back to the 1700s.

Dining in New Orleans will satisfy any palate. From the fiery and flavourful Creole to elegant haute cuisine, your taste buds will be tempted by an array of options. Traditional dishes like gumbo, jambalaya, and crawfish étouffée are best enjoyed al fresco!

 

 

Price Includes

23-Day Tour Includes: Flight from Toronto to Copenhagen, flight from New Orleans to Toronto, 21 nights accommodation, 21 breakfasts, 19 lunches, 19 dinners, 19-day cruise on Norwegian Cruise Line’s, Norwegian Getaway (outside cabin, Category OB), “Ultimate Beverage Package” onboard, shipboard meals and gratuities, all highlights listed, DeNureTours Tour Director, Connections Program and all taxes.

28-Day Tour Includes: Flight from Toronto to Copenhagen, Deluxe motorcoach transportation home, 26 nights accommodation, 26 breakfasts, 19 lunches, 21 dinners, 19-day cruise on Norwegian Cruise Line’s, Norwegian Getaway (outside cabin, Category OB), “Ultimate Beverage Package” onboard, shipboard meals and gratuities, all highlights listed, DeNureTours Tour Director, Connections Program and all taxes.

Prices are in Canadian dollars, are per person and include HST. (Other cabin types may be available, ask for rates.)

 

Highlights

• Guided tour of New Orleans
• Jazz lunch at the award winning “Court of Two Sisters”
• Mardi Gras World
• Elvis Presleys’ Graceland VIP Tour + Airplanes*
• Grand Ole Opry at the Ryman*
• Guided tour of Nashville*
• Evening Tickets to ICE! at the Gaylord*

 

Ports of Call

• Rotterdam, The Netherlands
• Southhampton (London), England
• Le Havre (Paris), France
• Portland, England
• Cork, Ireland
• Ponta Delgada, Portugal
• Royal Dockyard, Bermuda
• Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas
• Miami, Florida
• New Orleans, Louisiana

 

Accommodation

• Norwegian Cruise Line: Norwegian Getaway (19 nights)
• New Orleans, LA: Astor Crowne Plaza (2 nights)
• Memphis, TN: The Guest House at Graceland (2 nights)*
• Nashville, TN: Gaylord Opryland Hotel (2 nights)*
• Lima, OH: Holiday Inn (1 night)*

*28-day tour only

 

Map

(click to enlarge)

 

We Reward Loyalty

Book this trip and earn denuros. Travelled with us before? Redeem denuros and SAVE 5% up to a maximum of $100 pp. For more information about our Denuros Travel Rewards click here.

    logo
logo

Transatlantic Cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line – 23 or 28 Days

Day 1-2: Fly to Copenhagen, Board Ship

Fly from Toronto to Copenhagen and board the beautiful Norwegian Getaway for a grand voyage across the Atlantic.

Stay: Norwegian Getaway, Norwegian Cruise Line
Nights: 19
Meals: D

Day 3: At Sea

Today we’ll be at sea. Enjoy the Getaway’s Waterfront, an open-air promenade that connects guests with the deep blue ocean like never before. 

Meals: B, L, D

Day 4: Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Our first port of call is Rotterdam, the world’s largest seaport. Rotterdam was rebuilt after WW2 as one of Europe’s most modern cities. Enjoy walking around discovering its contemporary city line (futuristic skyscrapers!) and artsy vibe. Check out the cube houses, and indoor Market Hall. If traditional suits you better, visit the Maritime Museum’s vintage ships that trace the city’s seafaring history. 

Meals: B, L, D

Day 5: Southhampton (London), England

From The Netherlands to England. Southhampton’s SeaCity Museum has an interactive model of the Titanic and the Southampton City Art Gallery features modern British art. If artefacts are your liking, The Tudor House & Garden showcases 800 years of history. If nearby London is more your cup ‘o tea, catch a train from Southampton to explore London’s historic landmarks and world-class attractions.

Meals: B, L, D

Day 6: Le Havre (Paris), France

Le Havre’s innovative architecture and impressionist museums contrast nicely with the older more famous landmarks of Paris a short venture away. Le Havre was rebuilt after WW2, and you can see many modernist landmarks designed by Belgian architect Auguste Perret and constructed in reinforced concrete. Energetic and airy, visit museums with impressionist paintings and hilltop gardens (Jardins Suspendus). Le Havre at night glows!

Meals: B, L, D

Day 7: Portland, England

As we sail into Weymouth Bay, be on deck! On one side you’ll see the Weymouth seaside resort and the lovely green hills behind it. On the other side, is the Isle of Portland, a peninsula that rises 500ft from the sea. Portland stone has been used to build London’s iconic buildings, including St. Paul’s Cathedral. 

Meals: B, L, D

Day 8: Cork, Ireland

Across the Irish Sea, past jaw-dropping cliffs, to Cork for traditional pub fare and lively music. Liberal and cosmopolitan, Cork has reinvented itself out of tough times. Walk along stretches of revitalized waterfront. Enjoy the cramped 400-year-old alleyways lined with Georgian architecture. Pop into an artisan coffee shop. Dive into Irish dishes, made from fresh local produce. 

Meals: B, L, D

Day 9-10: At Sea

Two days at sea gives us the opportunity to discover the Norwegian Getaway’s 18 decks of luxury amenities. Choose from 28 dining options, and three decks of activities. Take in the Broadway musical Million Dollar Quartet. There’s never a dull moment!

Meals: B x 2, L x 2, D x 2

Day 11: Ponta Delgada, Portugal

After five days at sea, we will stop in Ponta Delgada, Azores, known for world-class whale watching! See the triple arches of the city gates, Gothic St. Sebastian church, and the Carlos Machado Museum that houses Azorean artifacts. Or relax somewhere quiet under the Azores’ subtropical skies and lovely Gulf Stream climate.

Meals: B, L, D

Day 12-15: At Sea

The next three days really give you the opportunity to indulge in cruise ship splendour. Escape The Big Top is a must-do. Dine oceanside at La Cucina! See a magic show at the onboard carnival, or try out any of the five waterslides!

Meals: B x 4, L x 4, D x 4

Day 16: Royal Dockyard, Bermuda

Bermuda’s Royal Dockyard is an incredible port packed with boutiques and markets within limestone buildings. Walk pink beaches under the sun! Visit the Glassworks and Clayworks. Or take any of the pink buses to St. George’s Parish, Crystal Cave, or Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve. And be sure to try a Bermuda rum cake before getting back on board. 

Meals: B, L, D

Day 17: At Sea

Another day to relax at sea, breathing in fresh salty air.

Meals: B, L, D

Day 18: Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas

Spend all day in Great Stirrup Cay, a 250-acre paradise with a gigantic beach buffet and private beach cabanas. Purchased by Norwegian Cruise Line, this tiny Bahamian island is a protected marine sanctuary. Visit the Lighthouse and walk down miles of soft white beaches.

Meals: B, L, D

Day 19: Miami, Florida

Miami is nightlife! You’ll feel Miami’s strong Cuban influence in Little Havana, where many cafés and cigar shops line Calle Ocho. Enjoy this colourful city’s splashy art deco style before final dockage in New Orleans.

Meals: B, L, D

Day 20: At Sea

We leave the Cubano vibe of Miami and spend a day at sea before reaching the USA’s capital of creole and jazz, New Orleans.

Meals: B, L, D

Day 21: New Orleans, Louisiana

We’ll have breakfast on the cruise ship before disembarking. We’ll spend the morning seeing the best of New Orleans on a three-hour guided tour. Then, we’ll have lunch at the award-winning Court of 2 Sisters restaurant, voted “Favourite Buffet,” where people come from miles around to try the turtle soup! Back at the hotel, enjoy a free evening.

Stay: Astor Crown Plaza, New Orleans
Nights: 2
Meals: B, L

Day 22: New Orleans Sightseeing

Breakfast at the hotel, and then a morning of Mardi Gras World, where floats are built and costumes designed for America’s famous beaded-necklace festival. The evening is yours to discover Louisiana charm. Wander the French Quarter, where Dixieland jazz fills the night and creole grub fills appetites. 

Meals: B

Day 23: Memphis, Tennessee (23-day guests fly home)

Choose to fly from New Orleans to Toronto today, or stay for five more days to explore the hot spots of Memphis and Nashville! Those who stay will have breakfast at the hotel before a 9am departure. Arriving in Memphis, you’ll have dinner and free time at The Guest House at Graceland.

Stay: The Guest House at Graceland, Memphis
Nights: 2
Meals: B

Day 24: Graceland (full day to explore)

We’ll spend Remembrance Day at the Graceland Museum and then head for downtown Memphis for dinner.

Meals: B, D

Day 25: Nashville, Tennessee

After breakfast we will leave Memphis heading for Nashville, stopping at the Oprymills Mall for lunch and a free afternoon. We’ll check into the magnificent Gaylord Opryland Hotel then head for The Ryman to take in the Grand Ole Opry.

Stay: Gaylord Opryland Hotel, Nashville
Nights: 2
Meals: B

Day 26: Nashville Sightseeing

Today we’ll see Nashville’s hotspots on a two-hour city tour that ends at the Ryman downtown. Enjoy a free afternoon in America’s legendary country music city. Be sure to see the lights of Lower Broadway, the Johnny Cash Museum, and Patsy Cline Museum! In the evening, we have tickets to ICE at the Gaylord.

Meals: B

Day 27: Lima, Ohio

Today we leave Nashville for Ohio first thing, arriving at the hotel for dinner.

Stay: Holiday Inn, Lima
Nights: 1
Meals: B, D

Day 28: Travel Home

From Ohio to home today with stops starting in Sarnia and ending in Lindsay.

Meals: B

X