Norwegian Cruise Line presently has 16 cruise ships in its fleet. When it comes to passengers carried, it’s the third largest cruise line on the earth, behind Carnival Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean Cruises.
With a majority Norwegian’s sailings journey to the Caribbean and Bahamas, Norwegian additionally affords cruises to Alaska and Europe and even has a devoted ship for sailings in Hawaii.
Norwegian’s dad or mum firm, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, additionally owns Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Here’s a record of each ship presently crusing with Norwegian Cruise Line. The record can be up to date as new ships are added.
Remember to admire the distinctive paint jobs on the hull of every one in every of these ships.
Norwegian Prima is the first of 6 Prima class cruise ships. The vessel was launched in August of 2021. With a gross tonnage of 142,500, the ship is 981 toes lengthy and may carry 3,100 company at double capability.
Norwegian Encore is the ultimate Breakaway Plus class cruise ship from NCL. The cruise ship includes a go-kart observe, a ten,000 sq ft digital actuality heart, a laser tag area themed after the Misplaced Metropolis of Atlantis, and 29 venues for meals and drinks. Take a Video Tour of Norwegian Encore
Norwegian Bliss entered service in April of 2018. It’s the third of the Breakaway Plus class ships and is 168,028 gross tons in measurement.
Customized constructed for the Chinese language market, Norwegian Pleasure debuted in March of 2017. In 2018 the ship was moved to the US for cruises to Alaska and Mexico. At 167,725 gross tons Norwegian Pleasure has a capability of over 3,800 company. See 6 cool issues about Norwegian Pleasure.
Norwegian Escape was the primary Breakaway Class Plus ship, debuting in October of 2015. At 164,600 gross tons, Escape has a visitor capability of 4,266. See our article on prime 10 causes to sail on Norwegian Escape.
The second Breakaway class ship, Norwegian Getaway debuted in February of 2014. At 145,655 gross tons, Getaway has a capability of three,969 company. On the time of its launch it was the ninth largest cruise ship on the earth.
Debuting in April of 2013 Norwegian Breakaway was the first ship in “Mission Breakaway”, named from a public contest. The 145,655 gross ton ship can carry 3,963 passengers at double capability.
Epic is the one ship in its class, though there are just a few similarities within the subsequent class of Breakaway. Debuting in July of 2009, Norwegian Epic was the third largest ship on the earth on the time. At 155,873 gross tons, the ship can carry 4,100 passengers at double capability. Learn our evaluation on Norwegian Epic right here.
Norwegian Gem was the final Jewel class ship made by Norwegian. Having debuted in October of 2007, Gem is 93,530 gross tons in measurement and has a double capability of two,394.
Launched in October of 2006, Norwegian Pearl is the third Jewel class ship with the road. At 93,530 gross tons, Pearl has a double capability of two,394 company.
The second Jewel class ship to be constructed, Norwegian Jade debuted in February of 2006. Nevertheless, the ship was initially constructed as Delight of Hawaii. Jade registers at 93,558 gross tons and has a visitor capability of two,402 at double capability.
The first of the Jewel class ships, Norwegian Jewel was launched in June of 2005. At 93,502 gross tons, the ship can carry 2,376 passengers at double capability. See what we liked about crusing on Norwegian Jewel.
Delight of America
The one ship in its class, Norwegian’s Delight of America is registered in Hawaii and affords week-long itineraries across the islands. The ship debuted in September of 2002 and may carry 2,500 passengers. Delight of America is registered at 80,439 gross tons. Learn our article on 12 causes to sail on this ship.
A Daybreak class vessel, Norwegian Daybreak entered service for Norwegian in June of 2002 after initially being meant to function with Star Cruises. At 92,250 gross tons, the ship can carry 2,340 passengers at double capability.
Additionally a Daybreak class vessel, Norwegian Star entered service for Norwegian in November of 2001. The ship was initially meant for Star Cruises earlier than it was transferred to Norwegian Cruise Line. At 91,740 gross tons, Norwegian Star has a capability of two,348.
A Solar class vessel, Norwegian Solar entered service for the corporate in 2001. At 78,309 gross tons, the ship can carry 1,936 passengers at double capability.
One other Solar class ship, Norwegian Sky was initially ordered by Costa Cruises. From 2004-2008 the ship sailed as Delight of Aloha and now Sky does brief sailings to the Caribbean. Christened in 1999 as Norwegian Sky, the vessel is registered at 77,104 gross tons and has a capability of 1,928 company. Learn our evaluation on Norwegian Sky right here.
The oldest ship within the fleet, Norwegian Spirit was launched in 1998 however was acquired by Norwegian in 2004. Initially the ship was constructed for Star Cruises and was named Celebrity Leo. At 74,500 gross tons, Norwegian Star has a capability of 1,996 passengers.
Norwegian Viva is the following Prima class ship set to be delivered in 2023. The ship could have a double capability of three,215 with a gross tonnage of 140,000.