Norwegian Prima accidents and incidents
294 m / 965 ft
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|April 2022||Other Incidents|
On April 28, 2022, NCL officially canceled the ship's Maiden Voyage citing "supply chain challenges".
Prima's inaugural cruise was scheduled to depart on August 17th. The 8-night Europe (Baltic and Iceland itinerary) was planned to depart from Amsterdam and end in Reykjavik (on Aug 25th), with call ports in Belgium (Brussels), Norway (Bergen, Geiranger), and Iceland (Akureyri, Isafjordur, Reykjavik).
Following the cancellation, Prima’s Maiden Voyage was rescheduled for September 3rd. The 10-night itinerary from Amsterdam to Copenhagen (Sept 3-13) visited ports in Germany (Kiel, Warnemunde-Rostock), Poland (Gdynia-Gdansk), Estonia (Tallinn), Sweden (Stockholm), Denmark (Copenhagen).
All affected bookings were fully refunded (100% of the original payment method, including bookings using future cruise credits). As compensation, all future cruise credit bookings received a 25% discount on another voyage (combinable with all available at the tome NCL promo offers) through December 31, 2023. NCL also covered up to US$ 300 pp for all flight change fees.
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