Revamped‘Norwegian Getaway’redelivered

2019-06-17T10:49:46+00:00 June 17th, 2019|Refurbishment|

‘Norwegian Getaway’ has been redelivered from Damen Brest’s shipyard following a large refurbishment programme.
The 145,000 gt ship, which has a capacity for nearly 4,000 pax, spent two weeks in Brestfor a drydocking, which formed part of The Norwegian Edge programme.
New outlets include Norwegian’s first onboard full-service Starbucks licensed store available in Europe, and the rock ‘n’ roll-themed entertainment venue, Syd Norman’s Pour House.
Unique to ‘Norwegian Getaway’, dinner and a show can be enjoyed at the steampunk-themed dinner theare, The Illusionarium is a venue that is dedicated to a variety of performances.
All staterooms, except for the Studios, were upgraded with new carpeting and furniture fitted with select suite and balcony categories featuring new balcony decking. The Haven by Norwegian,NCL’s luxury, ship-within-a-ship concept, also received upgrades, including new cabanas and flooring in the courtyard, as well as a canopy over the dining area.
In addition, the ship’s library was transformed into a new Perspectives Photo Studio; a water feature was added in Spice H2O, NCL’s complimentary adults-only sundeck and dance space; and the size of the limited-access lounge and terrace, VIBE Beach Club, doubled.
‘Norwegian Getaway’ will cruise the Baltic and Iceland from Copenhagen from May through October, 2019.
She will then sail on a Transatlantic cruise from Copenhagen in October, before offering Western Caribbean cruises from New Orleans in November, 2019, the first time the ship will home port in New Orleans.
In April, 2020, Norwegian Getaway will again offer a Transatlantic cruise as she makes her way toEurope from New York. In May, 2020. She will offer Greek Isles & Italy cruises from Rome (Civitavecchia). And in December, 2020, she will offer Bahamas & Florida cruises from New York.