Norwegian Cruise Lines
(NCL) is to carry out significant refurbishment work on its Norwegian Spirit Vessel, it has been revealed.
Speaking this week, the cruise line said it planned to renovate a number of areas within the ship, as part of a multi-million dollar renovation programme.
The 2,376-passenger ship will have its public areas refurbished, as well as a number of suites and entertainment venues.
Andy Stuart, NCL's vice president and chief product officer, said the work would "enrich the overall guest experience".
"With the combination of our recent Freestyle 2.0 enhancements and all of the refurbishments being made, Norwegian Spirit will emerge refreshed and revitalised for her winter season sailing seven-day Exotic Western Caribbean cruises from New Orleans," he commented.
The planned refurbishment work includes the addition of 11 new staterooms eight of which till have balconies along with new seating for the Stardust Theatre, new curtains for all suites and the introduction of a new state-of-the-art wireless communications system.
Other ships currently being operated by NCL include the Norwegian Pearl
, Norwegian Majesty
and Norwegian Star
Written by Fiona Mayers