NCL is all set to redefine cruising with the launch of Norwegian Prima, the first of six new ships in the new Prima Class. This new class of ships, will be a game-changer for NCL, offering guests exciting itineraries, more wide-open spaces, thoughtful and stunning design, a variety of new experiences as well as Norwegian's exceptional service.
Set to launch in Northern Europe in September 2022, Norwegian Prima weighs 142,500 GT and can accommodate 3125 guests on double occupancy. She will offer 13 categories of suites, the largest three-bedroom suites of any new cruise ship and NCL’s largest-ever inside, oceanview and balcony staterooms.
Norwegian Prima offers the most outdoor deck space of any new cruise ship including more total pool deck space than any other ship in NCL's fleet. Some of the innovations include a new eight-deck aft Haven complex, a new Indulge Food Hall and a much larger Waterfront which includes two Oceanwalk glass bridges that provide guests with breathtaking views and the La Terraza, an open-air lounge which is a quaint retreat for visitors to catch stellar forward-facing sea views.
The Indulge Food Hall is an upscale open-air marketplace in Norwegian Prima's Ocean Boulevard that offers guests diverse menu choices from 11 culinary venues featuring indoor and outdoor seating. There are three additional dining venues namely Onda By Scarpetta, Los Lobos and The Local Bar & Grill that also have indoor and outdoor seating.
Norwegian Prima commenced sailings in September 2022 in Northern Europe and after spending the winter season in the Caribbean, she will back in Northern Europe in summer 2023 offering 10 to 14 night cruises to Iceland and Norway from dual home ports of Reykjavik, Iceland and London, UK.