Pride of Hawaii
294.13 m (964'11")
The Pride of Hawaii almost an island itself. Completed by MEYER WERFT in 2006, this ship combines state-of-the art technology with high-end interior outfitting. This cruise ship probably offers the most impressive cabins on sea: The Garden Villas have their own gardens, spacious living rooms with dining areas, and three separate bedrooms. The gardens belonging to each suite have their own jacuzzis, patios and sun decks.
All other interior outfittings also leave nothing to be desired. In the Alizar, the main restaurant, the passengers enjoy top cuisine in an ambience with a focus on art. They are enchanted by wall paintings and a variety of colors, an atmosphere inviting the guests to stay for a while. In the other ten restaurants on board international cuisine ranging from pasta to sushi is served.
Distraction is found in the many sports, recreation and entertainment facilities: Passengers can burn off extra energy in the gym, on the jogging track or on the volleyball or tennis court. And at night Broadway-quality shows are presented in the Stardust Theater. The perfect place for passengers longing for a break to balance their ying and yang is the spa area.
During a short modification in 2008, the Pride of Hawaii was not only repainted, but also received a new name. In order to match the fleet, ship was renamed Norwegian Jade.