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Norwegian Cruise Line introduces all-new Norwegian Spirit

Most Extensive Bow-To-Stern Renovation in Company’s History Extends to All Dining Venues, Staterooms and Public Areas

Norwegian Spirit to Homeport in Athens, Greece for the First Time, Offering Seven-Day Voyages to the Greek Isles, Turkey and Israel Beginning April 19, 2020

Norwegian Spirit emerged from a 43-day dry dock in Marseille, France to arrive to Civitavecchia, Italy, boasting 14 new venues, additional and updated staterooms, enhanced public areas and new hull art. She will set sail on a series of immersive 17, 20 and 28-day exotic expeditions spanning three continents, departing from Civitavecchia, Italy on 14 Feb, 2020; Dubai, United Arab Emirates on 2 March, 2020; and Cape Town, South Africa on 22 March, 2020, before homeporting in Athens (Piraeus), Greece for the first time on 19 April, 2020.

She will offer a season of seven-day voyages to the Greek Isles, Turkey, and Israel through 8 Nov, 2020. Open for sale on 15 Feb, 2020, the new destination-rich itineraries, many which boast extended port times, will explore seven or eight ports in seven days, calling to sought-after destinations including Rhodes, Mykonos; Santorini and Corfu, Greece; Kusadasi and Istanbul, Turkey; Ashdod and Haifa, Israel; Limassol, Cyprus as well as two new ports of call for the brand, Patmos and Volos, Greece.

As the most extensive bow-to-stern revitalisation of any ship in the Company’s history, Norwegian Spirit’s enhancements include a doubled-in-size Mandara Spa, complete with a new thermal suite and relaxation area; an expanded Pulse Fitness Center; and the second Onda by Scarpetta restaurant at sea. New complimentary dining venues include an additional main dining room, Taste; the 24-hour eatery, The Local Bar and Grill; the all-day dining outlet, Garden Café; the Great Outdoors Bar; and Waves Pool Bar. Making their debut are Bliss Ultra Lounge and Spinnaker Lounge, as well as the adults-only retreat Spice H2O, a daytime lounge featuring two new hot tubs and a dedicated bar, which transforms into an after-hours entertainment venue.

Norwegian Spirit will emerge from dry dock single-use plastic beverage bottle free as part of a significant effort towards providing guests with more sustainable options at sea.  As of 1 Jan, 2020, Norwegian Cruise Line is the first major cruise line to eliminate single-use plastic beverage bottles across its entire fleet, an effort made possible through a recent partnership with JUST Goods, Inc.

For more information or to book a cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line, please contact a travel professional; call NCL in Australia on 1300 255 200 or in New Zealand on 0800 969 283; or visit www.ncl.com

SOURCE: NCL