Cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has expanded its fleet to include Norwegian Prima, the first of several new Prima Class ships expected to join the fleet by 2027, complete with a modern Mandara Spa.
Launched earlier this month, the ship was christened by pop superstar Katy Perry in a star-studded event in Reykjavik, Iceland, which included performances from Perry and the country’s 2021 Eurovision entrant Dadi Freyr, before completing its maiden voyage to Amsterdam.
Wellness on board
The ship features an expansive wellness offering including a comprehensive thermal circuit and a two-deck spa waterfall, as part of a plan to elevate the guest experience across “all touch points.”
Commenting on the launch, NCL president and CEO, Harry Sommer said: “The debut of our Prima Class has been all about elevating guest experiences across all touch points that make a perfect holiday at sea, from food and beverage to entertainment, recreational activities and now spa and fitness.”
“Our latest health and wellness experiences were designed to awaken the senses of our guests like never before, pairing world-class design and architecture with one-of-a-kind offerings that truly allow our guests to unwind and escape,” Sommer added.