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Mediterranean: Italy, France, Spain & Gibraltar from Lisbon

20th Sep 2024 | 10 nights | Norwegian Cruise Line | Norwegian Viva

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Freestyle dining - no fixed times
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Gibraltar
Cádiz (Seville)
Motril (Granada)
Ibiza
Palma de Mallorca
Barcelona
Marseille
Villefranche-sur-Mer
Livorno (Florence/Pisa)
Go All-Inclusive For £249pp
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Date
 
Arrival
Departure
 
1
20th Sep 2024 Friday
Lisbon
16:00
2
21st Sep 2024 Saturday
Gibraltar
12:00
18:00
3
22nd Sep 2024 Sunday
Cádiz (Seville)
07:00
20:00
4
23rd Sep 2024 Monday
Motril (Granada)
07:00
18:00
5
24th Sep 2024 Tuesday
Ibiza
13:00
21:00
6
25th Sep 2024 Wednesday
Palma de Mallorca
08:00
19:00
7
26th Sep 2024 Thursday
Barcelona
07:00
18:00
8
27th Sep 2024 Friday
Marseille
08:00
18:00
9
28th Sep 2024 Saturday
Villefranche-sur-Mer
07:00
18:00
10
29th Sep 2024 Sunday
Livorno (Florence/Pisa)
06:00
19:00
11
30th Sep 2024 Monday
Civitavecchia (Rome)
06:00

Launched in June 2023, Norwegian Viva is the second Prima-class ship to debut from Norwegian Cruise Line. The 3,219-passenger ship features many of the new concepts that Norwegian is introducing on Norwegian Prima in 2022.

Norwegian Viva deck plans have plenty of restaurants, outdoor space, plus a racetrack and a slide. There are plenty of things about Norwegian Viva's deck plan to make cruisers sit up and take notice. For one, the ship will follow the pattern set out by Norwegian Prima, where The Haven – the line's more upscale "ship within a ship" – is laid out at the back of the ship. This makes Norwegian Viva look more like a Miami condo building than a typical cruise ship. Thrill-seekers will be happy to know that the popular top deck go-cart track will reappear on Norwegian Viva; the Viva Speedway will span three levels. Norwegian Prima will also have two freefall drop dry slides, The Rush and The Drop. Other notable features on the deck plan include Ocean Boulevard, a 44,000-square-foot outdoor walkway that wraps around the entire ship with pools and restaurant; The Concourse outdoor sculpture garden; Indulge Food Hall with 11 different eateries; the Oceanwalk glass bridges and Infinity Beach.

Where will Norwegian Viva sail?ant to Be Onboard First?

Norwegian Viva set sail June 15, 2023 on its inaugural voyage, a nine-night cruise that started in Lisbon and ends in Rome. Norwegian Viva 2023 and 2024 itineraries will focus on Europe and the Caribbean. The ship will continue to sail eight, nine and 10-day cruises from Lisbon, Venice (Trieste), Rome (Civitavechhia) and Athens (Piraeus). The European Med season will take place through November 6, 2023. When Norwegian Viva comes to the Caribbean, it will become the largest ship to homeport in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The ship will sail weeklong cruises through March 2024 that stop in the British Virgin Islands; Antigua; St. Maarten; Barbados; St. Lucia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Norwegian Viva Specs

Norwegian Viva weighs 142,500 gross tons and carries 3,219 passengers at double occupancy.

Best for...

Active families, picky eaters, and couples/groups who love to bar hop

Not the best for...

People who can't stand crowds, or those seeking a relaxed onboard environment

Who goes on Norwegian Cruise Line cruise ships?

Norwegian cruise ships draw a diverse crowd, though the majority of passengers on ships sailing to the Caribbean and in Alaska and Hawaii hail from North America. You'll find a decent number of people from other English-speaking countries, and smaller numbers from South America and Europe. On European cruises, North Americans still dominate but you'll find more people from the United Kingdom and other European countries. You'll find plenty of young families onboard Norwegian ships, especially during holidays and school breaks. However, the line's newest ship, Norwegian Bliss, is less family-friendly than the line's other ships, with all the kids clubs on the lowest levels of the ship and onboard entertainment that is decidedly adult. Generally speaking, Norwegian Cruise Line attracts mostly middle-aged and older couples, as well as groups of friends of all ages.


Do I have to dress up on a Norwegian Cruise Line cruise?

Norwegian Cruise Line maintains a casual atmosphere onboard; during the day, casual wear is the norm. There's no formal dress code at night either, though most people do change into something slightly less casual for dinner. Additionally, some of the speciality extra-fee restaurants do require long pants, collared shirts and closed-toe shoes. Most evenings you'll see men in dark jeans or khakis and collared shirts, and women in blouses with slacks or skirts, or sundresses. Don't be surprised if you see people in shorts in the main dining rooms. Norwegian doesn't have any formal nights, but there is an optional Norwegian's Night Out at least once per sailing, for which passengers are encouraged to dress up. You'll rarely see a tux or gown, but suits and cocktail dresses are not unheard of. Norwegian ships also typically hold several themed nights (glow party, '70s or '80s, etc.) during a typical sailing. You might want to bring a few appropriate items, such as white clothing for the glow and white parties or bell bottoms for '70s night.


Is everything free on Norwegian Cruise Line cruises?

No. Unless you have an all-inclusive dining or beverage package (which you can buy), you'll have to pay extra for most gratuities, speciality dining, room service, all drinks (alcoholic and non, except water, select juices at breakfast, and coffee and tea), shore excursions, visits to the spa and any retail purchases, including photos. On the newest ships, you'll also have to pay for some of the entertainment options and even some of the top-deck fun: On Norwegian Bliss, for example, the laser tag and go-karts cost extra.


What are Norwegian Cruise Line's most popular activities?

On warm-weather cruises, the main pool is the line's most popular spot onboard. On ships with water slides, ropes courses, go-kart tracks and laser tag, these are also popular and often require a wait of up to 30 minutes or more. Inside, you'll find activities that range from trivia, bingo and Deal or No Deal during the day to song-and-dance revues or Broadway shows in the theatre and live music or cabaret shows in the evening. Norwegian ships also have a lively bar nightlife. There's also an always-busy casino, which opens when the ship is out to sea.


  • Comfortable, well-appointed en-suite accommodation
  • Meals in the main dining rooms, snack and buffet restaurants
  • Daily stateroom attendant service
  • All entertainment unless part of a dining entertainment production onboard
  • Casino & nightclub entry
  • Access to well-appointed gyms
  • Complimentary room service continental breakfast (other times, a tray delivery charge applies)
  • Selected soft-drinks in buffet restaurants at meal times plus tea & coffee

Save up to £1,200pp + Get All Free at Sea Perks

Holiday Your Way & Dip into an Ocean of Savings: Up to £1,200pp off & Get All Free at Sea Perks

Choose from a wide range of unique itineraries across the globe, saving up to £1,200pp on all cruises with NCL for a limited time! Experience a different tomorrow on board any of their 20 ships - waking up to a new destination nearly every morning with freedom and flexibility. They'll even help you take off with up to £250pp airfare credit on select cruises!

Additionally, take your holiday to the next level by upgrading to Free at Sea, from only £199pp! Savour delicious global cuisine with speciality dining – with various dishes to suit all tastes. Sit back and relax in your new favourite bar or lounge and enjoy cocktails, wines, draft beer, juice and soft drinks with Premium Beverages. Get immersed in new places and cultures and explore more of the shore with US$ 50 Excursion Discounts per tour. Keep in touch with friends back home with WiFi. Bring the whole family and pay only taxes for 3rd and 4th guests on select cruises. Not to mention that there’s plenty of award-winning entertainment and a diverse choice of family activities, too.

Now is the perfect time to explore Northern Europe, the Mediterranean and the Greek Isles, with sailings still available for 2024 and 9 ships exploring 140 unique ports! It’s also never too early to start planning for your 2025 holiday, so secure your spot in advance to avoid missing out. For something a little further from home, NCL's exotic itineraries are ideal.  From voyages through Asia and unforgettable experiences Down Under, to walking on the wild side in Africa and new perspectives in South America.


Terms & conditions

*New qualifying bookings only. Free at Sea upgrade charge depends on cruise length. For full terms and conditions, please speak to our team. ~Taxes may be payable in selected destinations and territorial waters.

Up to £250pp Airfare Credit

Up to £250pp Air Credit + Up to £1,200pp off cruises

This is your chance to save big on top destinations with NCL! With £1,200pp off cruises, there’s never been a better time to book your dream cruise. What's more, on selected sailings, you'll receive a £250 Air Credit towards your flights. 

Plus, upgrade to the Free At Sea package and receive all benefits! That includes;

  • Premium Beverages. You’ll enjoy a wide selection of soft drinks, spirits, cocktails, wine by the glass, and bottled or draft beer, served in all bars, lounges, and restaurants throughout your cruise. For more information on included drinks, click here ►
  • Speciality Dining. With so many speciality restaurants, there’s no better way to enjoy a wide selection of unique dining experiences! You can dine in Teppanyaki, Le Bistro, Cagney’s Steakhouse and more - the choice is yours, and the options are endless!
  • 3rd and 4th Guest Sail at a Reduced Rate. Guests three and four in the stateroom pay only the applicable tax for their cruise. This is a great option if you're travelling with children. Applicable on select sailings only.
  • Excursions
    Make the most of time ashore with a US$50 shore excursion discount per stateroom per tour.
  • Wi-Fi. Guests one and two will enjoy 150 minutes of Wi-Fi per person, which they can use anywhere on the ship (based on a 7—11-day sailing). Stay connected at sea and share holiday moments with friends and family back home.

For more details on Norwegian's Free At Sea click here


Terms & conditions

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