Norwegian Cruise Line has completed refurbishments aboard Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Star. The revitalizations are part of The Norwegian Edge program to enhance the guest experience fleet wide.
New venues on the three ships include the upscale Los Lobos Cantina; the adults-only Spice H20 lounge and Syd Norman’s Pour House, a bar and lounge with a rock ‘n’ roll theme.
“What a year this has been for us at Norwegian Cruise Line,” said Andy Stuart, the line’s president and chief executive officer. “Not only did we introduce our latest and record-breaking ship, Norwegian Bliss, and announce the redeployment of her sister ship Norwegian Joy, but we are now unveiling our newly revitalized ships, Norwegian Breakaway, Sun and Star. This is a testament to how invested we are in our guests’ experience. Although we are one of the youngest fleets in the industry, we are very committed to The Norwegian Edge program which allows us to remain consistent, relevant and exciting.”
Enhancements aboard Norwegian Breakaway include new carpet in all 2,014 staterooms; new furnishings in the Bliss Ultra Lounge; a transformed gift shop and new carpeting in staircases, elevators and lobbies. The ship also now features a Syd Norman’s Pour House.
After a three-week renovation, Norwegian Sun features refreshed staterooms with smart TVs and USB ports, new carpeting and artwork. The ship offers new venues, including Los Lobos Cantina, Bliss Ultra Lounge and Spinnaker Lounge. Existing restaurants and public spaces were also refreshed, including Cagney’s, La Cucina, Le Bistro, Teppanyaki, the Mandara Spa, Stardust Lounge Theater and Splash Academy.
Norwegian Star’s dry dock brought enhancements to staterooms, public spaces, restaurants, bars and lounges. The ship also has three new venues: Sky High Bar, Bliss Ultra Lounge and Spice H2O. The latter is an adults-only enclave with a private pool, hot tubs, full bar and ocean views. In the evening, it becomes an open-air lounge with live entertainment, DJs and themed nights.