Expect a food hall, sculpture garden and infinity pools on NCL’s newest cruise ship
Norwegian Viva, the next ship in NCL’s brand-new Prima Class, will launch in June 2023.
The vessel will offer the highest staffing levels and space-to-guest ratio of any new cruise ship in the contemporary and premium cruise categories, and the largest variety of suite categories available at sea.
Special features will include Indulge Food Hall, home to 11 different eateries; The Concourse featuring an outdoor sculpture garden; multiple pool decks and infinity-style pools, and Ocean Boulevard, a 44,000-square-foot wraparound walkway lapping the entire ship.
The Haven by Norwegian, NCL’s ultra-premium exclusive-access quarters, described as a “ship-within-a-ship”, will also be redefined on the Norwegian Viva, with 107 Piero Lissoni-designed suites, an expansive sundeck, an infinity pool overlooking the ship’s wake and an outdoor spa with a glass-walled sauna.
In summer, the Norwegian Viva will sail the Mediterranean before heading to the Caribbean for the winter season.
New cruise ship launches for 2022
Summer 2023: Mediterranean from Rome, Athens and Lisbon
From 15 June to 6 November 2023, Norwegian Viva will sail a series of eight-, nine- and 10-day voyages from Lisbon, Portugal; Venice (Trieste) and Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy, and Athens (Piraeus), Greece.
Winter 2023-2024: Southern Caribbean from San JuanOn 15 December 2023, Norwegian Viva will depart San Juan, Puerto Rico on a seven-day Caribbean voyage with her first stop in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. She will then make her way to Philipsburg, St Maarten; Bridgetown, Barbados; Castries, St Lucia; St John’s, Antigua, and St Thomas, US Virgin Islands for her last stop before returning to San Juan on 22 December. Future sailings will also include notable ports in the Caribbean for seven- and nine-day sailings.
Norwegian Viva will become the largest new ship to ever homeport in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Sustainable Sailing with NCL
Both of NCL’s first two Prima Class vessels – Norwegian Prima and Norwegian Viva – will have cutting-edge alternative technologies, such as a NOx reduction system (SCR), that reduce the ship’s overall environmental impact. SCR catalysts filter out sulfur oxides up to 98% and nitrogen oxides up to 90%, ensuring the vessels meet Tier III NOx compliance. They will be equipped with an Exhaust Gas Cleaning System (EGCS), an Advanced Wastewater Treatment System to treat and clean all wastewater to meet stringent international standards and Cold Ironing functionality to connect to onshore power grids to further reduce emissions while in port.
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