Norwegian Dream to replace Norwegian Majesty in Boston

After 13 years, Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Majesty departed Boston's Black Falcon Cruise Terminal Oct. 12 for the final time.

Cruiseport Boston said the NCL vessel has been repositioned to Charleston, S.C., and will be replaced by the Norwegian Dream beginning in May 2008. The Dream will operate seven-day, weekly sailings to Bermuda in the spring and fall seasons.

Meanwhile, the Norwegian Majesty will begin sailing to Bermuda; Grand Cayman; Cozumel, Mexico; and Key West, Fla., from Charleston.

Cruiseport Boston said the Norwegian Majesty went into drydock Oct. 12, at Boston Ship Repair, for a one-week general maintenance.

The port added that the 50,760-ton Norwegian Dream is 20% larger than the Norwegian Majesty, with passenger capacity of 1,750.

To contact the reporter who wrote this article, send e-mail to Johanna Jainchill at [email protected].

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