Norwegian Cruise Line Refurbishes Three Ships

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Norwegian Star atrium.

Norwegian Cruise Line announced the completed refurbishments of three ships, Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Sun and Norwegian Star.

Completed as part of The Norwegian Edge, a program designed to elevate standards across the cruise line’s entire fleet, the revitalized ships now feature new designs and venues. On Norwegian Breakaway, which was originally built in 2013, guests can expect upgraded accommodations and public spaces, plus the debut of the new American rock ‘n’ roll bar and lounge Syd Norman’s Pour House, which is modeled after influential rock houses such as CBGB’s, The Rainbow and the Fillmore. Three times a week, cast members from the “Rock of Ages” musical will treat guests to specialty cocktails named after rock ‘n’ roll classics, and guests can also rock out to a band playing classics six nights a week. The Norwegian Sun also features refreshed staterooms and public spaces, plus the addition of Los Lobos Cantina, an up-scale Mexican eatery and The Spinnaker Lounge, which replaces the Observation Lounge. During a 3-week dry dock in Barcelona, the Norwegian Star also underwent extensive enhancements to its staterooms, public spaces, restaurants, bars, and lounges. In addition, the ship also unveiled three new venues: the Sky High Bar, the Bliss Ultra Lounge, and Spice H2O, an adults-only enclave.

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