NCL reveals cruises for new ship Norwegian Aqua

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By Linsey McNeill
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Norwegian Cruise Line has put on sale Norwegian Aqua’s first voyages to the Caribbean, starting in April 2025.

The seven-night itineraries depart from Port Canaveral in Florida.

The ship will be 10% bigger than sister Prima-class ships, Norwegian Prima and Norwegian Viva, with a guest capacity of 3,571.

It will also offer more outdoor space and the highest staffing levels of any new contemporary cruise ship, said NCL.

New to Norwegian Aqua is the world’s first hybrid rollercoaster and waterslide, the Aqua Slidecoaster.

There will also be a digital sports complex Glow Court, with an interactive LED floor, which converts into a nightclub in the evening.

The ship will also have the first three-bedroom duplex suites in its premium, keycard-access-only Haven complex. The four suites will have separate living and dining areas, three bathrooms, large balcony and three bedrooms.

Following a series of seven-day Caribbean sailings, Norwegian Aqua will offer five and seven-day voyages to Bermuda from New York from August till October 2025. The ship will then sail five and seven-day Eastern Caribbean itineraries from Miami, from October 2025 to April 2026. 

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