NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE OFFERS MORE EVENTS ON THE NORWEGIAN JOY
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Norwegian Cruise Line announced today that Norwegian Joy will be upgraded in January 2024 to increase the number of guests on board. These additions include a new Thermal Suite at Mandara Spa, an expanded Vibe Beach Club, 24 new rooms, three-bedroom renovations to The Haven Premier Owner’s Suites, and more. This renewal will take place from Jan. 22, 2024 to Feb. 12, 2024.
David J. Herrera, president of Norwegian Cruise Line said: “We have listened to our guests and taken action. With this renovation we are adding more favorite places and offers on all our ships to enhance the guests aboard Norwegian Joy. Guests will have a variety of staterooms to choose from as well as a world-class, state-of-the-art fitness center to keep the ocean busy. ”
Additional features of the Norwegian Joy Thermal Suite
When the Norwegian Joy departs from a three-week dry dock, guests will have access to an elevated spa area with a new Thermal Suite. This Thermal Suite will soon be the largest of the Breakaway-Plus class ships.
The first Spa Thermal Suite boasts a central location with an unparalleled experience of arrival. It will have beautiful sculptures and an entrance porch with a waterfall.
Some of the lounges feature the popular triple-decker loungers. In addition, guests will be able to enjoy relaxing and energizing amenities including a sauna, ice room, and aromatherapy room.
Additional product offerings include the new Biostation with IV Drip Therapy, a popular rejuvenating treatment to deliver vital nutrients to the body; four sensory lounger for the ultimate sensory experience for maximum relaxation; and Kneipp haptic foot therapy, which massages guests’ feet as they walk across the stone stream that runs between the hot and cold baths.
The new Thermal Suite will replace the Galaxy Pavilion, which is the ship’s real estate.
To continue to offer guests more accommodation, the refurbishment will also include renovating part of the Observation Lounge to create 24 new balcony rooms. It will also include redistributing 40 new spa terraces. This will also include access to the Mandara Spa and the first Thermal Suite.
Additionally, due to overwhelming demand, Norwegian Joy’s The Haven by Norwegian Premier Owner’s Suites with Large Balcony will be expanded to three rooms. The two rooms will have three bedrooms; three and a half bathrooms; well-appointed living room, master bedroom, and outdoor patio furniture; and the new front-facing dining room The Haven Horizon Lounge.
The Haven by Norwegian is the Company’s only ship inside the ship. It’s a card-only option with the largest rooms and dedicated experiences including concierge services, spa, restaurant, and bar.
Additional Vibe Beach Club
In addition, the popular, and always sold out, Vibe Beach Club will be added. It will take over the existing Laser Tag area on Deck 20. The area will boast the same Vibe Beach Club found on Norwegian Encore and Norwegian Bliss, with new luxury cabins.
Norwegian Joy will resume dry sailing on Feb. 13, 2024, when he embarks on an 11-day transatlantic voyage from Southampton, United Kingdom to Miami. In March 2024, the ship will make a seven-day return voyage to the Caribbean from Miami before sailing to Bermuda from New York in 2024.
SOURCE Norwegian Cruise Line
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