Photos: Norwegian Sky Emerges From Dry Dock With New Venues
Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Sky has completed its refurbishments, and the line has released photos of the new and redesigned spaces.
Following a three-week dry dock in Freeport, Bahamas, the ship returned to Miami to resume her schedule of short cruise getaways to the Bahamas and Cuba. All food and beverage venues were updated, and eight new venues were introduced to Sky:
- The Local Bar & Grill pub-style eatery
- La Cucina classic Italian fare
- Sugarcane Mojito Bar
- Topsiders pool bar
- Spinnaker Lounge
- Bliss Ultra Lounge
- A full-service Starbucks
- Pinnacle Lounge and Sushi bar, which is new to the Norwegian fleet
The Palace and Crossings main dining rooms received refreshed decor and upholstery, as did the Garden Cafe, The Great Outdoors, Cagney’s steakhouse, and the French restaurant Le Bistro. All other onboard bars and lounges were also updated, and the atrium has been revitalized with new flooring, refurbished reception and shore excursion desk areas, and new lounge seating. The pool deck received new flooring, furniture, and the installation of additional canopies.
All 1,002 cabins were upgraded with new TVs and USB outlets, as well as brand-new carpeting, artwork, furniture, lighting, and balcony decking. The ship’s four Owner’s Suites offer refreshed bathrooms and private hot tubs.
Norwegian Sky offers three and four-day cruises from Miami, and is one of Norwegian Cruise Line’s two ships to offer a free unlimited open bar throughout the duration of the sailing.