Caribbean: Curacao & Aruba Caribbean: Curacao & Aruba Caribbean: Curacao & Aruba

7-day Cruise on Norwegian Viva

Caribbean: Curacao & Aruba

from San Juan, Puerto Rico

Ring in the New Year in paradise aboard Norwegian Viva — our newest and most innovative ship ever.
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    Cruise into the New Year on Norwegian Viva — our newest ship.
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    Wine, dine and be one with the sea at The Waterfront promenade.
7 Days. 7 Ports. 1 Amazing Vacation.
Browse your cruise options with 11 Sail Dates
Port of Call
San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Founded in 1521, San Juan's picturesque cobblestone streets, plazas and chapels reflect its Spanish heritage. But the second oldest city in the Americas also boasts fine beaches, lush rainforests, verdant mountainsides, imposing forts and a lovely tropical climate. Looking for a cruise to San Juan? Read all about why you should cruise from San Juan.

Port of Call
Punta Cana (La Romana), Dominican Republic
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Located on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic near La Romana, Punta Cana truly is paradise. Perfectly clear turquoise waters, expansive beaches and awe-inspiring lagoons intertwine with an abundance of dining, shopping and cultural activities — offering something for everyone to enjoy. The town is uniquely situated so that it hugs both the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean — you can take a dip in both bodies of water in one day! From snorkeling with sea turtles and surfing to exploring the pristine beaches of the uninhabited Isle Saona, Punta Cana is your sun-kissed tropical playground. Whether you’re looking for relaxation, excitement or a little of both, Feel Free to do it all or nothing at all with Norwegian.

Port of Call
Oranjestad, Aruba
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Incredibly white sands and cobalt blue seas make the small island of Aruba a popular destination. In the bustling freeport town of Oranjestad, sherbet-colored Dutch colonial buildings, draped in bougainvillea, oleander and hibiscus are simply picturesque. Small, but informative museums relate the island's history.