A series of five- to seven-night Bermuda itineraries started today on the Norwegian Prima after completing its first winter program in the Caribbean.
The spring program runs through mid-May, and includes a total of five cruises to King’s Wharf – where the 2022-built ship will spend multiple days docked.
Norwegian Prima is offering a five-night cruise from Manhattan Cruise Terminal for its first departure from the U.S. since May.
Including a two-day docking at King’s Wharf, the itinerary also includes a two-day trip at sea.
With the Norwegian Prima set to spend the summer season in Europe, the ship will also depart New York City on May 14 to sail to Iceland for an 11-night cruise.
During the 11-night trip, you’ll also visit four Icelandic and Canadian ports along the way.
Late 2024 will mark the Norwegian Prima’s return to homeport operations out of New York City after sailing around the globe.
A series of 10- to 12-night cruises will take place on the 3,100-guest ship during the entire 2024-2025 winter season to Bermuda, the Caribbean, and Puerto Rico.
A new class of vessel has been introduced by Norwegian Cruise Line: the Prima Class. By 2027, the series of ships will consist of six ships built at the Italian shipyard Fincantieri.
Norwegian says the Prima was designed “to enhance the guest experience by offering different features and upgraded amenities.”
Among Prima’s features is the world’s largest go-kart track on water and upscale food hall, Indulge, featuring indoor and outdoor seating.