NCL showcases Prima Class spa offerings

Thursday, Apr 28, 2022 0

Norwegian Cruise Line’s upcoming Prima Class vessels will feature an industry first charcoal sauna at sea.

Norwegian Prima and Viva will also have a two-story cascading indoor spa waterfall.

The cruise line has also incorporated several guest favourites including thermal experiences and hot-stone loungers.

The charcoal sauna uses a radiant heat system with an outer charcoal layer to reach temperatures between 30-50 degrees celsius.

It helps boost circulation and metabolism while also removing toxins.

The charcoal sauna is just one of eight thermal spa offerings available at Mandara Spa.

Guests can also enjoy a salt and steam room as well as an Ice Room, a Flotation Salt Pool and Infrared Sauna.

NCL is also introducing several new services at the spa, including two new beds from the Gharieni Group, the Gharieni Welnamis and the Gharieni Wellmassage5D.

The spa will also feature a relaxation area with 22 hot stone loungers.

Guests can also stay in one of the 28 spa balcony staterooms on board Norwegian Prima and Norwegian Viva, providing premium access to Mandara Spa.



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