Restored Norwegian Sky


Norwegian Sky has been refurbished with enhancements to its public areas, staterooms and suites. Three new staterooms have also been added.

The 2,002-passenger Norwegian Cruise Line ship has been in dry dock during the month of May in Freeport, the Bahamas. The ship entered the Miami short cruise market approximately one year ago.

“Norwegian Sky has been in high demand since we brought her to Miami to sail three and four-day Bahamas cruises last year," said Kevin Sheehan, Norwegian Cruise Line’s chief executive officer. “We wanted to give her a beautiful new look for the summer season and beyond”

Norwegian Sky’s total renovations include reupholstering all 1,000 seats in the Stardust Theater and updates to 14 suites— which received new wallpaper, new marble tiles in the showers and tubs and refinishing pf all wood work, including the teak around the whirlpools on the suite balconies.

Improvements were made to Dazzles Bar and Nightclub, including refinishing the dance floor, reupholstering the club’s chairs and bar stools, and removing of the banquette seating— creating more room on the dance floor.

New upholstery was added to all of the seating in the Atrium and new food stations were installed in the Garden café, as restorations were made to Il Adagio, the ship’s Italian restaurant

Norwegian Sky’s three and four-day Bahamas cruises depart from Miami are from $199 per person.  

Norwegian Sky departs Miami on Mondays, sailing four-day Bahamas cruises with full-day stops in Grand Bahama Island, Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas.

On Fridays, the ship sails a weekend getaway three-day Bahamas itinerary, departing Miami at 5 p.m. with all-day stops in Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay, returning to Miami at 7 a.m. on Monday mornings.  


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