Norwegian Spirit now features a new design on her hull following the extensive renovation project (Image: Norwegian Cruise Line)
Norwegian Cruise Line has completed its US$100 million renovation of Norwegian Spirit, introducing changes to all staterooms, dining venues and public areas as part of The Norwegian Edge programme.
After a 43-day dry dock in Marseille, France, Norwegian Spirit now features 14 new venues, including an expanded Mandara Spa and an additional main dining room, Taste. New and updated staterooms have been added to the ship and her hull livery has been redesigned.
Following the renovation, the vessel will set sail on a series of 17, 20 and 28-day voyages from Italy, the United Arab Emirates and South Africa. She will then homeport in Athens, Greece for the first time on 19 April 2020.
“It is truly exciting to celebrate Norwegian Spirit’s sail out of dry dock to incredible destinations following her significant renovation,” said Harry Sommer, president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line. “Europe is the number one destination for international arrivals, and we are very proud to position Norwegian Spirit for her first post-dry dock season in this high-demand region.”
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