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NCL introduces Norwegian Viva, the latest Prima Class ship

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has unveiled Norwegian Viva, the next ship in its brand-new Prima Class. Launching June 2023, Norwegian Viva is set to homeport in four marquee Mediterranean destinations: Lisbon, Venice, Rome and Athens.

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has unveiled Norwegian Viva, the next ship in its brand-new Prima Class. Launching June 2023, Norwegian Viva is set to homeport in four marquee Mediterranean destinations: Lisbon, Venice, Rome and Athens.

Today Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has introduced the second of six cutting-edge ships, Norwegian Viva, which is open for sale right now.

Providing guests with elevated experiences including more wide-open spaces, thoughtful and stunning design and exceptional service, Norwegian Viva will begin sailing remarkable Mediterranean itineraries in June 2023.

She’ll be homeporting in key Southern European port cities including Lisbon, Portugal; Venice (Trieste) and Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy; and Athens (Piraeus), Greece.

She will then sail the Southern Caribbean for her 2023-2024 northern hemisphere winter season offering warm-weather getaways from San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Norwegian Viva
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Mirroring the upscale design and structure of her record-breaking sister ship Norwegian Prima, Norwegian Viva, also built by renowned Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri in Marghera, Italy, will debut at 294 metres long, 142,500 gross tonnes and accommodate 3,219 guests at double occupancy.

NCL says travellers will live up every second of their journey in the most spacious accommodation including its largest inside, ocean view and balcony category staterooms.

This vessel offers the highest staffing levels and space ratio of any new cruise ship in the contemporary and premium cruise categories, as well as the largest variety of suite categories available at sea.

“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,” said Harry Sommer, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line.

“We have taken everything our guests love to the next level with this brand-new class of ships designed with them in mind.”

Itineraries on the new ship include Northern Hemisphere Summer 2023: Mediterranean: Italy, Greece & Croatia from Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy and Northern Hemisphere Winter 2023-2024: Caribbean: Barbados, Antigua & St. Lucia from San Juan, Puerto Rico

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