August Update: Where in the world are Norwegian cruise line ships located?

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As the new Norwegian Prima prepares for its grand debut, Norwegian Cruise Line is putting a new ship into service while the rest of its fleet is back in revenue service.

Cruise Industry News tracked the location and status of every Norwegian vessel as of August 19, 2022:

Viva Norwegian
Year built: 2023
Capacity: 3,215 guests
Status: Under construction
Location: Marghera, Italy

Norwegian Viva is currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Marghera, Italy. Scheduled to enter service in 2023, the Prima-Class vessel was recently launched, marking a major construction milestone.

norwegian prima
Year built: 2022
Capacity: 3,215 guests
Status: Recently delivered
Location: North Atlantic

After being delivered at the end of July, the new Norwegian Prima is currently on its way to Iceland where it will be christened by Katy Perry. Following the ceremony, the 3,215-guest ship will kick off its inaugural season with an eight-day voyage to Northern Europe.

Still Norwegian
Year built: 2019
Capacity: 4,200 guests
Status: In service
Location: Alaska

Norwegian Encore continues to offer summer cruises to Alaska. Based in Seattle, the ship sails on week-long itineraries to Victoria, Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway and Glacier Bay.

Norwegian happiness
Year built: 2018
Capacity: 4,200 guests
Status: In service
Location: Alaska

Also summering in Alaska, Norwegian Bliss is currently sailing on a seven-night itinerary that includes visits to Victoria, Ketchikan, Tracy Arm Fjord, Juneau, Icy Strait Point and Sitka.

norwegian joy
Year built: 2017
Capacity: 4,200 guests
Status: In service
Location: East Coast of the United States

Norwegian Joy is based in New York for a series of cruises to Bermuda, the Bahamas and the Caribbean. In August, the ship’s schedule includes nine-night sailings to Norfolk, Port Canaveral, Great Stirrup Cay and King’s Wharf.

Norwegian getaway
Year built: 2015
Capacity: 4,200 guests
Status: In service
Location: Eastern Mediterranean

As the largest Norwegian ship in Europe, the Escape offers varied itineraries in the Eastern Mediterranean. Departing from Italy, cruises offer port visits to Greece, Croatia, Malta, Montenegro and more.

Norwegian getaway
Year built: 2014
Capacity: 4,000 guests
Status: In service
Location: Eastern Caribbean

As part of its Caribbean summer schedule, Norwegian Getaway is currently based in Port Canaveral for seven-night cruises to the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas and the Dominican Republic.

Norwegian breakaway
Year built: 2013
Capacity: 4,000 guests
Status: In service
Location: Western Caribbean

The Norwegian Breakaway is currently finishing a season in the Caribbean ahead of a schedule on the US East Coast. Beginning August 28, the ship will offer seven-night cruises to Canada and New England from New York.

norwegian epic
Year built: 2010
Capacity: 4,200 guests
Status: In service
Location: Western Mediterranean

Norwegian Epic currently offers week-long cruises in the Western Mediterranean. Visiting Spain, France and Italy, the program is part of Norwegian’s eight-ship summer deployment to Europe.

norwegian gem
Year built: 2007
Capacity: 2,400 guests
Status: In service
Location: Eastern Mediterranean

Another Norwegian ship in Europe, the Norwegian Gem is based in Italy for a series of routes to the Greek islands and Croatia. Departing from Trieste, cruises visit popular ports such as Dubrovnik, Mykonos and Santorini.

norwegian jade
Year built: 2006
Capacity: 2,400 guests
Status: In service
Location: Eastern Mediterranean

Norwegian Jade offers destination intensive cruises in the Eastern Mediterranean. Departing from Piraeus, the ship’s itineraries visit the Greek Islands, Turkey, Cyprus and more.

Norwegian Pearl
Year built: 2006
Capacity: 2,400 guests
Status: In service
Location: East Coast of the United States

Continuing its summer schedule on the East Coast, Norwegian Pearl offers cruises to Bermuda and Bar Harbor. Starting August 26, the ship is also sailing on week-long itineraries to Canada and New England.

Norwegian jewel
Year built: 2005
Capacity: 2,400 guests
Status: In service
Location: Alaska

Rounding out Norwegian’s Alaska offering, Pearl offers open-mouthed itineraries that sail between Vancouver and Seward. Seven-night cruises include tours of the Hubbard Glacier, Skagway, Ketchikan, Juneau and more.

pride of america
Year built: 2005
Capacity: 2,000 guests
Status: In service
Location: Hawaii

Pride of America continues to offer its inter-island cruise program in Hawaii throughout the year. Departing from Honolulu, the US-flagged vessel visits Kahului, Hilo, Kailua Kona and Nawiliwili on a weekly basis.

norwegian dawn
Year built: 2002
Capacity: 2,200 guests
Status: In service
Location: Northern Europe

The Norwegian Dawn is currently sailing in Northern Europe. With varied itineraries, the ship’s schedule includes crossings to the Baltic, the British Isles and more.

norwegian star
Year built: 2001
Capacity: 2,200 guests
Status: In service
Location: Northern Europe

Also in Northern Europe for the summer, Norwegian Star is sailing a series of unusual and longer itineraries that include visits to Iceland, Greenland, the British Isles, the Norwegian Fjords and more.

norwegian sun
Year built: 2001
Capacity: 2,002 guests
Status: In service
Location: Alaska

The Norwegian Sun is currently in Alaska for a series of five to nine night cruises in the region. Departing from Seattle, itineraries include visits to popular ports, such as Juneau, Sitka, Victoria, and Icy Strait Point.

Norwegian spirit
Year built: 1999
Capacity: 2,000 guests
Status: In service
Location: Alaska

Now offering nine- to 11-night cruises to Alaska, Norwegian Spirit became the latest ship to resume service for Norwegian Cruise Line when it welcomed guests in May.

norwegian sky
Year built: 1999
Capacity: 2,000 guests
Status: In service
Location: Western Caribbean

Norwegian Sky is currently sailing the Western Caribbean on a five-night cruise from Miami on August 16. In addition to Key West and Cozumel, the itinerary includes a stopover at Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian’s private island destination in the United States. Bahamas.

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