Unspecified delay cancels Norwegian Encore sailing

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The Norwegian Encore at Icy Strait Point's Wilderness Landing in Alaska. The ship was based in Seattle in the summer and early fall. Photo Credit: Icy Strair Point

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has canceled the Norwegian Encore's Nov. 14 sailing from Miami, citing "unforeseen circumstances" that delayed the ship's arrival to Florida.  

The Encore, which spent its summer and early fall season based out of Seattle, is currently transiting the Panama Canal. In a notice to booked guests NCL did not specify the cause of the cancellation beyond the delay. 

"As a result of unforeseen circumstances, Norwegian Encore's arrival to Miami will be delayed by two days," the notice said. "As a result, the Nov. 14, 2021, sailing has been canceled."

The Encore had been scheduled to depart Sunday on a seven-day Caribbean cruise. 

NCL said that in addition to a 100% refund or full return of a future cruise credit (FCC), passengers would receive an FCC valued at 50% of the voyage fare paid for any sailing through Dec. 31, 2022.


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