Introducing the newest Norwegian Cruise Line ships: Norwegian Prima (currently sailing) and Norwegian Viva (Summer 2023). As the first of six ships in NCL’s cutting edge Prima Class, these two vessels boast all sorts of innovative features – from zero-waste cocktails to transformative entertainment venues to ten-story freefall slides.
Elevated Dining Experiences
One of the biggest changes on NCL’s Prima Class vessels is the food scene. Both Norwegian Prima and Norwegian Viva boast seven new dining experiences for guests to enjoy. Pop by Palomar, a high-end Mediterranean restaurant serving up mouthwatering plates like wild sea bass with saffron carrot puree and grilled lamb chops with gigantes beans. Head to Hasuki, an elevated hibachi-style restaurant, where Japanese-inspired dishes are prepared right before your eyes. Or make your way to the Metropolitan Bar for a zero-waste cocktail or two.
Even the main dining rooms have been spruced up on this innovative fleet of ships. Both Hudson’s and The Commodore Room boast refined seating areas and revamped fixed menus. As you sail from one country to another, you’ll also get to taste dishes from all around the world – from beef wellington to shrimp creole to paella.