The Norwegian Viva will set sail in June 2023. The ship will spend the summer in the Mediterranean before migrating to San Juan, Puerto Rico for the winter season.
Norwegian Viva is the second ship of the Prima class. This ship will accommodate up to 3,219 passengers. The cabins of the Viva will be the most spacious in the fleet.
The ship has extensive outdoor spaces in order to allow travelers to fully enjoy the sea view.
The luxury and exclusive The Haven section will include 107 suites, an infinity pool, an outdoor spa, a cold room, a restaurant and a private lounge.
Passengers will have a varied choice of activities such as the 3-story Viva Speedway, the 10-story slides The Rush, the Glass Bridge and Infinity Pools on the Ocean Boulevard and more.
Norwegian Viva Itinerary
Summer 2023: Mediterranean from Rome, Athens and Lisbon
From June 2023, Norwegian Viva will be positioned in Mediterranean. From June 15th 2023 to November 6th 2023, the Viva will make a series of eight-, nine- and 10-day trips from Lisbon, Portugal; Venice (Trieste) and Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy; and Athens (Piraeus), Greece, offering guests the opportunity to explore the Spanish, Italian and Greek regions of the Mediterranean.
Winter 2023-2024: Southern Caribbean from San Juan
Norwegian Viva will become the largest ship to make San Juan, Puerto Rico his home port. From 15 December, it will run seven- and nine-day itineraries in the Caribbean visiting ports such as St. Thomas, Philipsburg, Oranjestad, Willemstad, Kralendijk, Castries and Basseterre.
Discover the new Norwegian Viva
Norwegian Viva is the second ship of the Prima class
More information on the Norwegian website.