Norwegian Pearl Back In MIA After 2-Week Refurbishment
Norwegian Pearl sailed into her seasonal homeport of Miami yesterday following a two-week dry dock where every stateroom and many of the ship’s public areas were revitalized.
"Norwegian Pearl is one of our most beloved ships. With this dry dock we wanted to provide her with a refreshed, clean and modern onboard atmosphere while maintaining the ship's overall charm and flexibility that our guests enjoy so much," said Andy Stuart, Norwegian Cruise Line president and chief executive officer.
"Through The Norwegian Edge program we are continuing to heavily invest in our fleet to ensure that guests have a consistent experience across all Norwegian ships and the freedom to create their ideal cruise vacation."
Every one of Norwegian Pearl's 1,197 staterooms was touched during the renovation. All accommodations received a refreshed look with cool blue hues with silver and turquoise accents. Each stateroom received new furniture, carpeting, headboards, televisions as well as the addition of USB outlets where guests can charge handheld devices.
Across the ship, more than 2,200 pieces of art work were installed for guests to enjoy in their staterooms as well as in Cagney's Restaurant and The Haven.
Guests who sail in Norwegian Pearl’s The Haven by Norwegian, Norwegian's ship-within-a-ship luxury suite complex, will find a completely refurbished Haven Courtyard with new finishes on the decks, pool and hot tubs as well as new furniture including new cabanas.
The Haven's suites and villas also received extensive modernizations with new wallpaper, furniture, finishes on ceilings and balconies, carpets, drapery and artwork.
On the F&B side, Cagney's Steakhouse, Moderno Churrascaria and O'Sheehan's Bar & Grill all received a facelift, as the The Great Outdoors bar and the Sky High bar.
Norwegian Pearl is currently sailing from Miami through April, offering a variety of itineraries including round-trip sailings through the Panama Canal and itineraries to the,Western Caribbean.
Come summer, the ship will head to Alaska, based in Seattle.