Norwegian Cruise Line
have just announced plans to further enhance their guests cruising experience with a $400 million dollar programme titled – The Norwegian Edge
The Norwegian Edge will see extensive ship enhancements take place fleet wide, introduce a brand new culinary programme and unveil TWO private island destinations.
The $400 million dollar programme will take place over two years and see an exciting and innovative overhaul of the Norwegian Cruise Line experience.
"The new standards of The Norwegian Edge program will entice our guests to return again and again to ships that will look and feel as if they were just delivered, with all new menus and new dining experiences, visiting incredible exclusive destinations that reflect the quality finishes, amenities and outstanding service found across the Norwegian fleet” – said Andy Stuart, NCL CEO and President.
Fleet enhancements will improve many spaces onboard 9 of Norwegian’s cruise ships, bringing them all up to the same high standard of the cruise line’s newest and most impressive ships. New venues seen on Norwegian Epic and Norwegian Gem, plus décor refreshments and improvements to public spaces will soon be seen on Norwegian Dawn, Norwegian Spirit, Norwegian Sky, Norwegian Pearl and Norwegian Jade.
New culinary experiences under The Norwegian Edge and available from 2016 include upgraded dining room menus plus optional a la carte items. Guests can enjoy more seafood selections and delicious contemporary dishes such as shrimp ceviche and braised beef short ribs.
The Norwegian Edge will also see the development of NCL’s privately-owned island destinations. Harvest Caye
in Belize is being transformed into a spectacular resort-style port of call with beautiful beaches, private luxury cabanas, shallow lagoons for snorkelling and much more. Whilst Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian Cruise Lines private Bahamian Island is also receiving a makeover in order to reflect experiences that compliment those of life onboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s ships.