Norwegian Cruise Line’s (NCL) all-new Norwegian Aqua, the first of the expanded Prima Plus Class, has opened up sales for seven-day voyages to the Caribbean which will set sail in April 2025.
Starting from Port Canaveral, Florida, the voyages include calls to island destinations of Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic; Tortola, British Virgin Islands; St Thomas, US Virgin Islands; and Great Stirrup Cay, NCL’s private island in the Bahamas.
Premiering on Norwegian Aqua is the Aqua Slidecoaster, the world’s first hybrid rollercoaster and waterslide featuring three stories of twists and turns around the ship’s funnel. Also new is the Glow Court, a digital sports complex with an interactive LED floor, which will offer a variety of interactive guest activities by day and then transform into a nightclub in the evening.
Popular Prima Class experiences aboard Norwegian Aqua comprise The Drop, NCL’s 10-story free-fall slide; the Stadium, a now expanded game space offering complimentary activities; and the kids’ Splash Academy.
Norwegian Aqua will also debut NCL’s first-ever Three-Bedroom Duplex Haven Suites in the brand’s premium keycard-access-only-complex, The Haven by Norwegian. These four two-story suites feature separate living and dining areas, three bathrooms, a balcony, and three bedrooms. The Haven aboard Norwegian Aqua will offer the largest Haven complex in the fleet with 123 suites, including exclusive access to an expansive sundeck, infinity pool, outdoor spa, two hot tubs, a private lounge and bar. Haven guests will enjoy 24-hour butler service and a dedicated concierge team.
Following a series of seven-day Caribbean sailings from Port Canaveral, Florida, Norwegian Aqua will offer five- and seven-day voyages to Bermuda from New York City from August 2025 through October 2025. The ship will then sail five- and seven-day Eastern Caribbean itineraries from Miami beginning October 2025 through April 2026.