Starts in: Miami, FL Ends in: Miami, FL Price:
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Fall in love with Norwegian’s newest and most advanced ship yet: the NCL Encore. Packed with amazing amenities and incredible dining options, the Encore provides an unforgettable sailing experience. And for the first time, we are sailing to beautiful Puerto Rico! Whether you want to relax by the pool, wig out at Kinky Boots, or light up the night at the GLOW party, this cruise has something for everyone.

This cruise sails out of Miami, Florida on Sunday, February 9, 2020. Over seven days, we’ll visit gorgeous ports including Puerto Rico and the US & British Virgin Islands. Bring your friends & family, or make new friends to last a lifetime with our fun group of over 200 travelers.

Prices start at $1,399 per person, plus taxes, port charges and gratuities. Sailing with our group includes your choice of bonus offers including the open bar drink package, premium dining package, short excursion, or onboard internet.

Current Promotion: We have a special group promotion on this sailing that including most Free at Sea options including Open Bar drink package. Inside pick one, studios, balcony and mini suite pick two. Suites have all current Free at Sea promotions included at time of booking. Please note that gratuities are not included in the free promotional items and will result in additional charges for onboard gratuities.

Ready to get started? Fill out the Cruise Information Form and you’ll be contacted by a member of the DNR Travel team.


Host Hotel

We have two host hotels on this sailing, both terrific Marriott properties close to the cruise port.

Springhill Suites Miami Downtown

$180/night (plus taxes and fees), includes breakfast

If block is sold out online at SpringHill contact Joselynn Aguilar Phone: 305.575.5310 Email:

Marriott Biscayne Bay 

$215/night (plus taxes and fees)

These blocks may temporarily sell out. When they do, we will work to have more rooms added to the block to accommodate our group. Both hotels are close to each other and a short taxi?UBER ride to the cruise port in Miami.

Going on a cruise is a lot like staying in a floating hotel. Your cabin fare covers your room, amenities (hair dryer, toiletries, towels), meals, TV, live entertainment, and access to the pool, bar & fitness center.

Unless otherwise noted, dining, soda, cocktails, shore excursions, casino gambling, gift shop purchases, Wi-Fi/ internet, special shows, and other premium experiences are additional charges not covered by your fare.

Budget-minded travelers won’t need to spend much if they skip these optional extras. For instance, it’s completely free to get off the ship at port and explore the local area, and most stops are walkable distances from downtown. You could also stay on the ship and enjoy the pool while others are on shore.

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