Monday, September 16, 2013

Norwegian Cruise Line Update

Pride Of America Update:

Norwegian Cruise Line completed the final elements in a $30 million enhancement project that began in March on the Pride of America. The cruise line added new luxurious suites, studios for solo travelers and some additional inside staterooms.

The 24 new suites on Deck 13 are a gorgeous contemporary design with premium custom furnishings, and ultra-luxurious bathrooms. Two of the 24 suites are 566 square foot Owner’s Suites, featuring a large bedroom, separate living area and a state of the art bathroom with custom mosaic tiles.

The remaining suites are Penthouse Suites. The two Deluxe Penthouse Suites with Large Balcony sleep up to six guests and are perfect for families that don’t want to trade luxury and comfort for space for the kids!

The two Owner’s Suites will have connecting doors to the adjacent Penthouse Suites, sleeping up to 10 guests when combined.  They’re the perfect option for extended families or groups who wish to travel in luxury together.

In addition to all of the incredible features in the suites, guests will enjoy pampering service from dedicated butlers and concierge, plus an array of exclusive amenities such as luxurious Tranquility mattresses from the Bliss Collection by Norwegian, Lavazza Espresso Makers, Elemis bath products, private dining for breakfast and lunch, and more.

Digital Signage:

With ships getting larger and dining and entertainment venues increasing, digital signage makes things a lot easier for Norwegian Cruise Line guests.

“The interactive signage has been such a big hit on Norwegian Breakaway that we decided to expand it to our fleet so that all of our guests can take advantage of this exciting technology,” said Kevin Sheehan, Norwegian Cruise Line’s chief executive officer. “With the introduction of these screens, Norwegian’s Freestyle Cruising is taken to a whole new level, allowing guests to further customize their vacation on their time. It’s all about freedom and flexibility.”

Each Norwegian ship will have between 30 and 50 touch and static screens located in prominent areas around the vessel. The interactive touch screen signs will allow guests to order specialty items, get directions and reserve dining, shore excursions and entertainment simply with a scan of their stateroom key.

The entire Norwegian Cruise Line fleet will be equipped with the digital signage by Summer 2015.

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