Norwegian’s Pride of America returned to her homeport of Honolulu this Saturday, March 26, as a nearly new ship following a three and half week dry dock where she received ship-wide enhancements, including newly designed public spaces, brand new venues and refreshed décor in all staterooms. This refurb part of a $400 million Norwegian Edge program designed to enhance the guest experience.
- Soho Art Gallery, an expansive venue that features original works of art available for purchase
- Perspectives Photo Studio, an area for couples, families and friends to have professional photos
- Dolce Gelato, Norwegian’s signature gelateria
- The ship’s pool and deck underwent a complete refurbishment
- New loungers and Jacuzzis.
- Conservatory got new flooring and furniture
- The library and card rooms, which were outfitted with new flooring, furniture and six computer stations for Internet access
- The Mandara Spa, more treatment rooms so guests can enjoy massages, facials and new Mexican décor
- Skyline Main Dining Room, received a refreshed look with new décor including a new entrance, new carpet design, new furniture upholstery, new window drapes and new columns
- La Cucina, has been transformed into an elegant and intimate venue where guests can enjoy fine Italian fare
- East Meets West, Cagney’s Steakhouse and Jefferson’s Bistro also received enhancements to upgrade the venues to a modern look with new flooring, reupholstered furniture, new artwork, lighting fixtures, and new window treatments
Pride of America is the only ship that sails year-round from Honolulu on seven-day intra-Hawaii cruises.