The Pride of America is the only ship in the fleet of Norwegian Cruise Line that operates under the flag of the Bahamas but under the US American flag. This has the decisive advantage of being able to anchor freely in its target area, namely the Hawaiian Islands. It is used throughout the year. The 940-strong crew also consists of one hundred percent of American citizens. The ship is one of the smaller ones of the fleet. With a length of 280 meters, a width of 32 meters and a draft of eight meters, it can accommodate up to 2138 passengers on board with double occupancy. These can choose between four different cab types; Suites, balcony cabins, outer cabins and interior cabins. The Deluxe Owner’s Suite, with its nearly 129 square meters, offers the most space and luxury. It can be occupied by a maximum of two passengers.
ENTERTAINMENT FOR EVERY TASTE
Public spaces include various options in the area of dining, bars and lounges, and spa, sports and entertainment. At the Pride of America you will never get bored. The latter category offers you 24 different possibilities of leisure activities. They range from children’s activities to sports facilities to cinema and a library. The nine bars and lounges also offer partial entertainment, such as cabaret. In addition, 14 restaurants are located on the Pride. There is something for everyone, whether Italian or Japanese. In two facilities you will be provided 24 hours a day.
THREE ISLANDS AT EIGHT DAYS
As already mentioned, the Pride of America operates exclusively around the Hawaiian islands. The route covers seven days and begins and ends in Honolulu, the capital of the 50th state of America. From here we continue to Maui, the second largest island in the archipelago. On day four, Hilo, the third-largest city on the island group, is driven. Kailua is another city on the largest island called Hawaii and is explored on the fifth day. The last two days will be spent on the Kaua’i Island, before returning to Honolulu by night.