14 Day Panama Canal from Los Angeles


Cruise Line
Norwegian Cruise Line
14 Days
Cruise Ship
Norwegian Star

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Day 1Los Angeles 5:00 PM
Day 2At Sea  
Day 3Cabo San Lucas10:00 AM6:00 PM
Day 4At Sea  
Day 5Acapulco8:00 AM2:00 PM
Day 6At Sea  
Day 7San Juan del Sur12:00 PM6:00 PM
Day 8Puntarenas8:00 AM6:00 PM
Day 9At Sea  
Day 10Daylight Transit Panama Canal  
Day 11Cartagena10:00 AM7:00 PM
Day 12At Sea  
Day 13George Town8:00 AM5:00 PM
Day 14At Sea  
Day 15Miami8:00 AM 

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DateDescriptionPrice FromQuote
April 08, 2018IX - Cabin Category$1,149.00* (USD)Quote
April 08, 2018OX - Cabin Category$1,179.00* (USD)Quote
April 08, 2018OK - Cabin Category$1,349.00* (USD)Quote
April 08, 2018O1 - Cabin Category$1,549.00* (USD)Quote
April 08, 2018OA - Cabin Category$1,859.00* (USD)Quote
April 08, 2018BX - Cabin Category$2,149.00* (USD)Quote
April 08, 2018BD - Balcony$2,499.00* (USD)Quote
April 08, 2018MX - Cabin Category$2,879.00* (USD)Quote
April 08, 2018S1 - Cabin Category$13,999.00* (USD)Quote
* Fares shown are in U.S. dollars and are per person, based on double occupancy. Government taxes, fees, and fuel supplement (where applicable) are additional. NCL reserves the right to charge a fuel supplement without prior notice should the closing price of West Texas Intermediate Fuel increase above $65 per barrel on the NYMEX (New York Mercantile Exchange Index). In the event a fuel supplement is charged, NCL will have sole discretion to apply the supplementary charge to both existing and new bookings, regardless of whether such bookings have been paid in full. Such supplementary charges are not included in the cruise fare. The fuel supplement charge will not exceed $10.00 per passenger per day. Prices are based on availability and subject to change.

Some sailings are classified as a 'Combined Itinerary'. This means that the cruise consists of two consecutive cruise segments sailed as one combined itinerary. Some entertainment options and dining room menus may be duplicated during the second segment. According to Homeland Security regulations, all guests returning to a U.S. port after the first segment of their cruise will be required to leave the ship and check in with U.S. Customs & Border Protection.