Complete List: Three Ships Set to Enter Service for NCLH in 2023

Norwegian Viva

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is heading into an eventful year for newbuilds, with vessels set to enter service for all of its three brands. Here’s the complete list of cruise ships debuting for the company:

 Norwegian Viva
Brand: Norwegian Cruise Line
Delivery: Summer
Shipyard: Fincantieri (Italy)
Capacity: 3,215 guests
Tonnage: 140,000
Cruising Region: Mediterranean/Europe

Second in the Prima class, the Norwegian Viva is entering service in the for a summer program in the Mediterranean. Currently under construction at Fincantieri’s Marghera shipyard in Venice, the 140,000-ton vessel is set welcome its first guests in late August.

Among its features, the Viva will feature the company’s Haven, a suite enclave that features an exclusive restaurant, pool deck and lounge.

The 140,000-ton vessel was also designed with one of the largest go-kart racing tracks at sea, in addition to Indulge Food Hall, a marketplace that offers diverse menu items from a variety of 11 different culinary options.

Brand: Oceania Cruises
Delivery: Q1
Shipyard: Fincantieri (Italy)
Capacity: 1,200 guests
Tonnage: 67,000
Cruising Region: World

As Oceania’s first newbuild in over ten years, the Vista is set to debut in April. Introducing a new class of ships to the fleet of the upper-premium brand, the 67,000-ton vessel will debut in Europe, offering a series of itineraries in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe.

According to Oceania, the new 1,200-guest ship was designed to comprise all the hallmarks of the experience that guests have come to expect from the brand.

The Vista will also feature new restaurants and bars including Aquamar Kitchen, which promises to offer wellness choices, and The Ultimate Bloody Mary Bar, where guests can DIY their brunch accompaniment.

Seven Seas Grandeur
Brand: Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Delivery: Q4
Shipyard: Fincantieri (Italy)
Capacity: 750 guests
Tonnage: 54,000
Cruising Region: World

The Seven Seas Grandeur is set to debut in November. A sister to the Seven Seas Explorer and the Seven Seas Splendor, the luxury vessel will welcome its first guests in Europe before repositioning to North America for an inaugural season sailing in the Caribbean and Panama Canal.

Among the many features of the 750-guest cruise ship is a new art collection highlighted by a custom-designed, hand-crafted Fabergé egg.

The Grandeur is also set to offer one of the world’s largest suites at sea, the Regent Suite. Building on the success of similar accommodations on its sister ships, the suite will feature two bedrooms, a personal sauna, an outdoor, glass-enclosed sitting area and more.

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