Norwegian Pearl

The Norwegian Pearl is proof that cruise ships are much more than just a means to get from port to port. Found on board this 965-foot-long cruiser with multiple decks are an array of facilities that you would expect to find in a small city. Take a look at some Norwegian Pearl photos, and you can get an idea of its vast offerings. The ship is basically a destination in and of itself and has little trouble keeping guests entertained while they sail the high seas. Construction on the beautiful ship began in 2005 and was completed the following year. As far as the Norwegian Pearl’s routes are concerned, the ship embarks for the Caribbean out of Miami and is also used for Alaska cruises out of Seattle.

Norwegian Pearl Rooms

Norwegian Pearl Rooms
Norwegian Pearl Rooms

The Norwegian Pearl rooms can accommodate up to a total of 2,394 passengers and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The most affordable units are inside rooms that measure approximately 143 square feet and have a maximum capacity of four people. These rooms lack windows. Moving up in price, prospective Norwegian Pearl cruise passengers can choose from a room with a window or take things further and book a unit with a balcony. Some of the balcony units are more luxurious than others, and they come in a variety of sizes. Finally, there are the top of the line suites, the largest of which offer between 1,197 and 4,252 square feet of space and have private courtyard areas. Room service is available regardless of the room in question, while the more luxurious units also feature butler and concierge services. Among the standard base amenities are a bathroom with a shower and a television. When the ship is docked at Ocho Rios, its amenities and facilities rival that of any of the Jamaican resorts.

Norwegian Pearl Deck Plans

Norwegian Pearl Deck Plans
Norwegian Pearl Deck Plans

There are numerous decks on the Norwegian Pearl cruise ship. Those that are used by passengers include decks 4 through 15. Deck 4 has inside rooms and rooms with porthole windows. It also features a medical center. Moving up one level to Deck 5, there are inside rooms and rooms that have either a porthole window or a larger picture window. Deck is also home to the Stardust Theater. Deck 6 is where you will find a swanky cigar club, a collection of bars, the Pearl Club Casino, two dining rooms, a French restaurant, and meeting rooms. It also features balcony seats that look down through an open area down to the Stardust Theater stage on Deck 5. On Deck 7, more balcony seating for the theater can be found. This deck also features a bowling alley, a night club, a bar, several restaurants, and boutique shopping. Up on Deck 8, there are guest units that range from simpler inside rooms to more upscale penthouses with balconies. Also found on Deck 8 are a 24-hour food court and a restaurant with a bar.

Decks 9-11 on the Norwegian Pearl cruise ship are home to rooms only. These rooms range from simpler interior rooms to luxurious exterior units that are spacious and very well-equipped. Up on Deck 12, passengers will find a kid’s club, a kid’s pool, two larger pools, hot tubs, a spa, a fitness center, a card room, a café, several restaurants, a teen hangout center, a video arcade, a library, and a relaxation room that can serve various purposes. Moving up to Deck 13, there are sports courts, a walking/jogging track, a chapel/meeting room, a bar and grill, two other bars, and a steakhouse. Finally, Decks 14 and 15 are home to some of the most exclusive Norwegian Pearl rooms, as well as sundecks that are both public and private.

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