Pride of Hawaii Floats Out

The 93,500-ton Pride of Hawaii, NCL America's third ship, floated out of its drydock at Meyer Werft in Germany and is now berthed at the shipyard's outfitting pier. The ship, a sister ship to Norwegian Jewel, will begin sea trials in mid-March and join the NCL America fleet in April. The ship will begin sailing Hawaii itineraries for NCL America this spring.

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