Sail from the UK aboard Norwegian Prima


Norwegian Prima offers Summer cruises from Southampton

Norwegian Prima is here! The brand-new cruise ship from Norwegian Cruise Line. She promises to exceed your expectations as you set sail and discover breath-taking landscapes and unforgettable experiences in some of the most impressive regions in the world.

At 965 feet (294 meters long) and more than 143,535 tons with a capacity for 3,100 guests at double occupancy, Norwegian Prima offers the highest staffing levels and space ratio of any contemporary or premium cruise ship. She also boasts the largest variety of suite categories available at sea as well as a redefined The Haven by Norwegian, NCL’s ultra-premium key card only access ship-within-a-ship concept. Her variety of recreational activities including the fastest slides at sea – The Rush and The Drop – and the Prima Speedway, the first three-level racetrack at sea, provides guests with adrenaline-pumping moments. Spaces like Ocean Boulevard, the 44,000 square foot outdoor walkway which wraps around the entire ship; The Concourse, which boasts a multi-million-dollar outdoor sculpture garden; and expansive pool decks and infinity style pools at Infinity Beach, offer guests a chance to slow down and relax.

That’s just a very small sample of what this amazing ship has to offer and in summer 2023, she will be sailing directly from Southampton and taking in the vast landscapes of Norway and Iceland.

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Norwegian Prima Summer 2023 Norway and Iceland

We have so many exciting itineraries available aboard Norwegian Prima – and some amazing offers – that we don’t really know where to start, so, we’re going to give you a quick snap-shot, but you can find all the details of her summer 2023 season out of Southampton by clicking here.

Sailings range from 11-to-14-nights and take in some of the most desirable ports in Northern Europe, here’s a sample of what’s on offer:

Geiranger – Norway

This UNESCO destination offers breath-taking scenery and the option to embrace your inner explorer on a variety of outdoor excursions. But remember to be on deck for your sail in and out because this is a fjord you do NOT want to miss!

Bergen – Norway

“The Heart of the Fjords”, Bergen is the second-largest city in Norway that offers small town charm alongside a metropolitan character. Take a ride on the funicular and take in the stunning view across the bay or shop for local souvenirs. Bergen has something for everyone, including a variety of local delicacies that you must sample.

Akureyri – Iceland

One of the most popular ports for cruise ships sailing in the region, Akureyri offers an abundance of things to see and do, from whale watching to hiking trails and, in August, there’s also the Akureyri Town festival.


Reykjavik – Iceland

The country’s capital and another hugely popular port of call. In the summer months, there’s an abundance of things to see and do, as well as experiencing the natural wonder that is the Midnight Sun. one of the most popular attractions here are the Gullfoss and Godafoss waterfalls, both of which we absolutely recommend as part of the scenic ‘Ring Road’.

Whatever you decide to do on your cruise, you are promised breath-taking scenery, bustling cities alongside quaint towns, and some of the most magical experiences on earth.

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