Norwegian Cruise Line has announced a planned overhaul Joy from Norway, and added many new items on demand and guest items. The renovation will take place during the three-week dry port, which is planned for January 2024.
Joy from Norway in Dry Dock Repair
Norwegian Cruise Line has revealed its plans for a January 2024 replacement of 167,725 tons. Joy from Norwaybuilt by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany in 2017.
The ship belongs to the company the second Breakaway-Plus train (out of four) and was originally designed for the Chinese marine market. The ship can carry up to 3,804 passengers.
The proposed changes will improve passenger experience. After a long port of three weeks, Joy from Norway will emerge with upgraded facilities, including a new Thermal Suite at the Mandara Spa and Salon, a three-bedroom renovation. The Haven Premier Owner’s Suites (from two bedrooms), 24 additional bedrooms, and more.
“With this renovation we are adding some of the most beloved amenities and offerings to all of our ships to support guests aboard Norwegian Joy,” company president David J. Herrera said.
Part of the Observation Lounge will be converted into 24 new balcony rooms. In addition, 40 spa balcony rooms will be renovated and given access to the newly renovated Mandara Spa and Thermal Suite.
“Guests will have a variety of staterooms to choose from as well as world-class, full-service facilities to make their stay at sea even more hectic.” Herrera added.
In addition, The Haven Premier Owner’s Suites will be converted into three luxury suites, with three and a half bathrooms, a well-appointed living room, master bedroom, and a large outdoor patio.
In 2023, the ship usually leaves New York – and sometimes Quebec City – for the Caribbean.
In May 2023, Norwegian Cruise Line he canceled two trips on Joy from Norway (February 5, 2024, from Southampton to Miami plus a February 17 cruise from Miami) to make room for the planned refit and possibly previews. Guests will receive compensation for both cancellations.
Following the 2024 port renovation, Joy from Norway will resume her travels on February 13, 2024, embarking on an 11-day Transatlantic voyage from Southampton, United Kingdom, to Miami.
The 2024 season of the ship promises to be busy, sailings from Los Angles to the Mexican Riviera cruises, Caribbean cruises from Miami, and later in 2024, Seattle to Alaska.
Norwegian Joy’s photo Breakaway-Plus Class upgrades
“Breakaway-Plus class” is an upgraded version of the original “Breakaway class”. These “Plus” versions are equipped with advanced technology, creative design, and many amazing activities, from large outdoor electric kart tracks, a large water park with waterslides, ropes courses, comedy clubs, Broadway shows, games at the Galaxy Pavilion, and more.
Ships in this class include Norwegian Escapebuilt in 2015, Joy from Norway, Norwegian pleasureand and 169,145 tons Norwegian Encore notesand the last ship built in Papenburg, Germany in 2019.
Once the renovation is complete, passengers will be able to enjoy the spa experience in the luxurious Thermal Suite.
The new Spa Thermal Suite will feature a redesigned layout and an entrance balcony bordered by a waterfall. Other new additions are Biostation IV Drip Therapy (a refreshing treatment that provides nutrients to the body), and Kneipp haptic foot therapy, which consists of massage on a stone stream that moves back and forth between energizing heat and a refreshing foot bath.
The renovated Thermal Suite will replace the existing Galaxy Pavilion (located on the ship). Joy from Norway.
The adults-only Vibe Beach will also be expanded, taking over the modern Deck 20 Laser Tag arena. When all changes are completed at the dry dock in 2024, Norwegian Joy’s photo The luxurious offerings and luxurious suites and staterooms are sure to be warmly welcomed by cruise-focused customers.