NCL’s Norwegian Viva departs on maiden voyage

Norwegian Viva has departed on its maiden voyage from Venice on August 10.

The second Prima-class vessel in Norwegian Cruise Line’s fleet will sail a nine-day itinerary calling at the Amalfi Coast, Cannes, Ibiza and Lisbon.

Following its maiden voyage, Norwegian Viva will sail a series of Mediterranean and Greek Island itineraries before its official christening ceremony in Miami on November 28.

The ship will then homeport in San Juan, Puerto Rico for a season of Caribbean voyages from December until March 2024, after which it will return to Europe for a second summer of Mediterranean sailings.

NCL president David Herrera said: “This summer, our guests will have the opportunity to explore Europe aboard our newest magnificent vessel Norwegian Viva while enjoying its well-appointed spacious design, elevated experiences, expansive culinary offerings and signature NCL hospitality provided by the best crew in the industry.

“Norwegian Viva’s tagline is ‘Live it up’, and I have no doubt our guests will be doing just that while they cruise to some of the liveliest cities in Europe and the Caribbean during the ship’s inaugural season.”

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