Norwegian Cruise Line has released a programme of ex-UK cruises on Norwegian Dawn in 2023.

Beginning in May, the programme features round-trip British Isles voyages, Baltic cruises and stop-offs in Belgium, France and the Netherlands.

Sailings range from eight to 14 days in length.

The three 10-day British Isles cruises in May and June include ports of call such as Newhaven, England; Invergordon, Kirkwall and Greenock, all Scotland.

The 2,200-passenger vessel will also offer a series of eight, nine and 10-day sailings in the Baltics in June and August, visiting Copenhagen, Denmark; Stockholm, Sweden; Riga, Latvia; Helsinki, Finland; and St Petersburg, Russia.

The vessel will finish the programme with 10 and 11-day sailings around the British Isles, visiting Invergordon and Stornoway, Scotland; plus stop-offs to Amsterdam, Netherlands; Zeebrugge, Belgium; and Le Havre, France.

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Eamonn Ferrin, vice president and managing director in the UK, Ireland, Middle East and Africa said: “We’re seeing strong demand for closer-to-home sailings in 2021 and beyond.

“Looking ahead, British holidaymakers are excited to explore Europe, with endless destinations to suit all types of travellers.”