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Norwegian Prima an Elevated Ship Experience

Norwegian Cruise Line's first of six Leonardo Class ships, Norwegian Prima, is taking shape, and we finally know more information about her.

Prima, meaning "The First" in Italian, will debut many firsts for Norwegian Cruise Line and the Cruise Industry. Norwegian has completely redesigned, a whole new Norwegian.

The Ship:

The Prima will stun all who step onboard her, especially those who are seasoned Norwegian Cruisers.

Fast Facts:

Tonnage: 142,500

Guests: 3,250

The Prima Class will focus on four main pillars:

  1. Wide Open Spaces

  2. Service that Puts Guests First

  3. Thoughtful Design

  4. Variety of Experiences Beyond Expectations

Norwegia Cruise Line Firsts:

Indulge Food Hall:

An indoor-outdoor food hall that will boast 11 different food experiences. All of your favorite classic Norwegian Cruise Line eateries plus more. Including Coco's, The Garden Cafe, Starbucks, and Latin food trucks. Other favorites include the Local, Los Lobos, and Onda by Scarpetta.

  • Glass Bridges

  • Infinity Pools

  • Outdoor Sculpture Garden

Ocean Boulevard:

44,000 Square feet of Ocean facing area running around deck 8.

Infinity Beach:

Infinity Pools with an expansive lounge area for sunbathers


The first glass bridges onboard Norwegian Cruise Line

The Concourse:

Located on Ocean Boulevard, Deck 8 Mid Ship. The first Outdoor Garden Sculpture walk.


The Haven:

The Haven will be located at the aft of the ship, allowing guests to be open to the fresh air and the stunning views of the Ocean and the world around you. All Haven Suites will be located within minutes of all Haven Private areas in addition to the Haven private elevators.

Traditional Accommodation:

All staterooms will be larger than all previous Norwegian ships, which means larger bathrooms and showers.


The Prima will sail the First Norwegian Inaugural Tour. Beginning with a 10 Day Europe followed by a transatlantic, to New York, Gavelston, Miami, and finally Port Canaveral, her home port for the winter Season. Prima will then Homeport in New York to sail Bermuda Itinaraies and finally sailing back to Europe for Summer 2023.


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