Norwegian Prima Arrives to Galveston, Texas for First Full Season of Caribbean Voyages
Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is proud to announce today that Norwegian Prima, the first ship in its groundbreaking Prima Class, arrived to the Port of Galveston in Texas for its first official season since her launch in 2022.
Today, Norwegian Prima will kick off her inaugural season in the Lone Star State and settle into its new homeport of Galveston, Texas for the 2023 and 2024 cruise season.
As one of NCL’s newest vessels, Norwegian Prima will offer round-trip, seven-day cruises to some of the most beautiful, tropical destinations including the Company’s resort-style island destination, Harvest Caye in Belize; Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico; and Roatán (Bay Islands), Honduras. In addition, Norwegian Prima’s sister ship and newest vessel of the NCL fleet, Norwegian Viva, will homeport in Galveston, Texas for the first time ever from December 2025 to April 2026.
“We’re extremely excited to have Norwegian Prima officially sail out of Galveston, Texas this season as we are committed listening to our guests’ feedback and providing them with more opportunities to cruise from popular, easily accessible ports,” said David J. Herrera, president of Norwegian Cruise Line.
“As we see the value in sailing from this destination and look to strengthen our presence, we are proud to bring two of our most innovative ships in the fleet to the great state of Texas offering dream cruise vacations to not only the immediate market but the surrounding drive markets.”
(Norwegian Prima Arrives to Galveston, Texas for First Full Season of Caribbean Voyages – NCL)