When Norwegian Jade makes her Southampton debut in spring 2017, guests will be able to enjoy exciting new venues, along with completely revamped interiors.
Around £30 million will be spent replacing its floral, Hawaiian-themed interiors from when the ship sailed as Pride of Hawaii up until 2008.
Interior spaces will be stripped back and remodelled, essentially creating a brand new ship for UK guests to enjoy. Among the new features includes a recreation of Liverpool’s iconic The Cavern Club, which can also be found aboard Norwegian Epic.
Contemporary colours, such as golds, browns, purples and reds, will be found on furniture and carpets throughout the 94,000 GT ship.
The refurbishment is part of Norwegian Cruise Line’s Edge programme, which will see around £307 million spent refurbishing older ships in the fleet to the standards of its Breakaway-class vessels.
Norwegian Jade arrives in the UK on May 13, 2017 where it will spend the summer operating out of Southampton and Hamburg, mainly doing cruises to the Norwegian Fjords and Iceland.