Tag: cruise ship enhancements
May 20, 2014 – Norwegian Cruise Line announced that it is investing more than $250 million in “Norwegian NEXT,” a program focused on bringing “new enhancements, experiences and transformations” across the fleet, with the goal of elevating the guest experience and building on the success of the line’s two new ships: Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian [...]
March 11, 2014 – Sembcorp Marine’s wholly-owned subsidiary Sembawang Shipyard has secured an agreement with Royal Caribbean to perform the extensive revitalization of Royal Caribbean International’s Voyager of the Seas. This milestone revitalization contract will further boost Singapore’s status as a major Asian cruise hub and reinforce Sembawang Shipyard’s reputation as one of the world’s [...]
September 5, 2012. Norwegian Cruise Line today announced that the latest vessel in the company’s ship revitalization program, Pride of America, will enter dry dock in March 2013 for major enhancements, including the addition of new luxurious suites and studio staterooms. “As the only large US-flagged cruise ship, Pride of America offers a unique and [...]
July 11, 2011. Royal Caribbean International today announced that it will invest approximately $300 million to bring the latest innovations to the cruise line’s ships across the fleet and introduce the highest guest-rated programs from its award-winning Oasis-class ships. The revitalizations will offer guests a greater variety of new onboard dining and entertainment options, pervasive [...]
May 23, 2011. Royal Caribbean International’s Radiance of the Seas entered the Victoria Shipyards in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, today to start her 22-day dry dock. The ship will receive a variety of enhancements including a Samba Grill, Giovanni’s Table, Park Café, Boardwalk Dog House, Izumi, as well as 15 new staterooms.