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Latest NCL luxury ship to dock in Bermuda next year

On the horizon: Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest ship, Prima (Photograph supplied)

Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest luxury liner is to dock in Bermuda after its launch next year.

The 3,215-passenger Norwegian Prima will visit the island on a five-day cruise from New York next October.

The ship, under construction in an Italian shipyard, is the first of six in a new class of NCL vessels scheduled to be built over the next six years.

Although smaller than the company’s current fleet, the Norwegian Prima will include many new features.

The ship will be launched in August 2022 and its maiden voyage will be in northern Europe.

It will later cross the Atlantic and spend the rest of the year cruising the Caribbean, with a one-off trip to Bermuda.

Harry Sommer, NCL’s president and CEO, said: “We think this itinerary, where we spend a little bit of time in different areas, will really allow us to expose the ship to many different markets.

“Remember, we have six of them coming, so we want as many guests to see them as possible.”

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Published May 12, 2021 at 7:54 am (Updated May 12, 2021 at 7:40 am)

Latest NCL luxury ship to dock in Bermuda next year

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