NCL cruise line welcomes new ship, Norwegian Viva

Destination Editor
05:00:37 - January 16, 2022

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has just unveiled the Norwegian Viva, the second of six Prima class ships, which is expected to set sail on its maiden voyage in 2023.

Norwegian Viva, built by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri in Marghera (Italy), represents a shift in the fleet towards more luxurious experiences.

The Norwegian Viva is 965 feet long, weighs 142,500 gross tons and can hold 3219 guests. The ship will also feature the largest inside, oceanview and balcony staterooms in the fleet.

Norwegian Viva offers a variety of suite categories available at sea and features a The Haven by Norwegian, NCL’s ship-within-a-ship concept design with public areas and 107 suites with sundeck, infinity pool and spa outside.

The ship will also have a 4087 square meter outdoor walkway that wraps around the entire ship, the Indulge Food Hall with 11 diverse eateries and many other amenities.

Norwegian Viva will start Mediterranean cruises in June 2023, stopping at important southern European port cities such as Lisbon, Portugal; Venice and Rome, Italy; and Athens, Egypt.

The ship will then depart from San Juan, Puerto, for the Southern Caribbean for a 2023-2024 winter cruise in the northern hemisphere.

Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Harry Sommer said: Norwegian Viva sets the standard in the premium segment, illustrating our commitment to pushing boundaries in four main areas: wide open space, service that puts guests first, thoughtful design and experiences beyond expectation. We have taken everything our guests love to the next level with this brand-new class of ships designed with them in mind.”

NCL cruise line welcomes new ship, Norwegian Viva


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