The ship, described as innovative by specialists, is called Norwegian Viva and incorporates new varieties of recreation for its future clients.
After a 54-year trajectory of the company, this cruise ship arrives with more open spaces and a design paying attention to details, according to the reports.
Norwegian Viva will begin sailing the Mediterranean in June 2023, homeporting in southern European cities, including Lisbon (Portugal), Venice (Trieste, Italy), Rome (Civitavecchia), and Athens (Piraeus, Greece).
During the 2023-2024 winter season, it will sail the southern Caribbean, offering warm-weather getaways from San Juan, Puerto Rico.
That novelty mirrors the luxury of its record-breaking sister ship, Norwegian Prima.
Norwegian Viva, also built by renowned Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri in Marghera, will debut at 294 meters long, 142,500 gross tons and will accommodate 3,219 guests at double occupancy.
The ship will feature the Ocean Boulevard, a four thousand square meter outdoor space that wraps around the entire ship, the Indulge Food Hall, with 11 varieties of restaurants, The Concourse with an outdoor sculpture garden and other attractions.
For the company’s president and chief executive, Harry Sommer, the cruise sets the standard in the premium segment, reflecting a commitment to pushing boundaries in four main areas of its ships.
Norwegian Cruise Line is an American-Bermudian shipping company, a subsidiary of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd, which operates cruise ships based in Miami-Dade County, Florida, and began operations in 1966 under the name Norwegian Caribbean Line.