Texas cruising teams are in for a treat, Norwegian Cruise Lines picked Galveston to make a big appearance the new star of its armada. The Norwegian Prima’s maiden voyage will head out from the Texas coast summer 2022. Galveston, which is around four hours from San Antonio, will keep on serving as its home port for winter 2023 and 2024 seasons, as per the organization’s news release. Norwegian raves on its freshest ship, saying it flaunts upgrades that hoists its present fleet. Experiences incorporate Tony-nominated musicals, a multi-level nightclub that matches the ones in Vegas, a dry slide with a 10-story plunge, a three-level race track, and a list of at-sea firsts. The cruise line, which has over 54 years on the sailing scene, considers it their “most in-demand ship ever.” “We’re not just elevating the guest experience, we’re giving it an adrenaline rush and multisensory overload,” Norwegian Cruise Line President and CEO Harry Sommer says in the release. “When we launched Norwegian Prima, we aimed at going beyond expectations, providing our guests with more wide-open spaces, elevated service, thoughtful design and a variety of unforgettable experiences, and this latest unveiling of our entertainment and onboard activities lineup is going to have the wow-factor they’ve yearned for in a much-anticipated cruise vacation.” Onboard, Prima’s 3,215 visitors will actually want to watch “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical,” be a contestant in real-life game shows, for example, “The Price is Right” and “Supermarket Sweep” which will be hosted in the transformational theater which changes over into a high-energy nightclub. There’s likewise a three-level go-kart race track, a Topgolf Swing Suite simulator, and The Drop, a 10-story free-fall slide. Prima’s first year of cruising will be scheduled with “bucket-list” itineraries. When the debut year is up, Prima will be the only ship offering 7-day vacations out of Galveston to the Caribbean, the release says. Norwegian’s reservation books are open and travelers can begin planning their trips online.