Pride of America
Join us as we celebrate Pride of America's historic inaugural season. As the first brand-new U.S.-flagged cruise ship in nearly 50 years, Pride of America has been designed to reflect America's favorite places. On board, you will enjoy the spirited entertainment options, the Americana décor and the regional fare. And perhaps best of all, this fabulous new ship will offer all the freedom and choice of Freestyle Cruising.
Cabins aboard the Norwegian Star are finished in rich cherry wood and outfitted with tea and coffee makers and larger bathrooms. Innovative and eye-catching are the ultra-luxurious garden villas multi-room accommodations featuring panoramic ocean views, private sun terraces, and whirlpools. Dining options are wide and varied with 10 restaurants on board, including Pacific Rim, Japanese, French, Spanish, Hawaiian, and Italian restaurants, as well as the main dining room serving the traditional six-course Continental menus. Also available are an indoor/outdoor buffet, grill, food court, and other casual eateries. With all these tempting culinary choices plus 24-hour room service it's nice to have access to a 24-hour fitness center, plus a sports deck with an outdoor jogging track, sports court, and golf driving range. Relax at the Mandara Spa, with rejuvenating treatments utilizing both Eastern and Western techniques. The 1,150-seat Stardust Theatre, cinema, karaoke rooms, and 14 different lounges and bars offer an entertaining nightlife. This ship is particularly family-friendly with a recreation center just for younger passengers; a child-sized serving counter, tables, and chairs in the buffet restaurant; computer rooms; an arcade; and entertainment with Kid's Crew.
This ship was stretched and refurbished in 1998, adding 130 feet to its length. Among dining options are Le Bistro, which serves Italian and Continental fare, and The Terraces, where 20-foot floor-to-ceiling windows look out on the pool and sea beyond. The Four Seasons Dining Room offers views from port to starboard. Watch live games at the Sports Bar & Grill, or unwind with a stress-busting massage or sauna at the spa. On-board recreation includes basketball, aerobics, volleyball, and skeet shooting. A broad deck for strolling or jogging encircles the Promenade Deck. Entertainment runs the gamut from Broadway shows and Vegas-style productions to stand-up comedians, movies, and theme parties.
The Star Princess is one of the line's most luxurious vessels. Weighing in at 109,000 tons, the ship offers plenty of amenities and attractions. For example, three different showrooms offer Broadway, Las Vegas, and cabaret productions. Three main dining rooms are complemented by alternative eateries like Sabatini's Trattoria, The Painted Desert, and a 'round-the-clock grill. When it comes to activities, no one is left out. Golf simulators, a virtual reality area, a fine arts gallery, computer and writing rooms, a gym and spa all offer the recreation or relaxation you're looking for. Kids and teens have their own hangouts with TVs, video games, and age-appropriate activities. Jump in one of the four pools or nine whirlpools for a workout swim or to just take in some rays. When the sun sets, head to the 13,500-square-foot casino, one of the 17 lounges or Skywalker's Nightclub for dancing 15 decks above the sea. More than 700 staterooms feature private balconies.
The Island Princess is a sister ship to the Coral Princess, with a design that allows a large percentage of ocean-view staterooms. Fabulous views from the Lotus Spa complement massage therapy, fitness classes, or visits to the sauna. Take your choice of poolside environments: near the spa, on the Lido Deck near a bar and pizzeria, or at the splash pool on the Sports Deck. Younger passengers have their own pool in the child and teen recreation area. Also on board are a golf simulator and nine-hole course, AOL Internet cafe, library, fine art gallery, and various bars and lounges. A wedding chapel houses ceremonies at sea. Dine in the specialty restaurants Sabatini's trattoria or New Orleans-style Bayou Cafe or in the dining room before a show in one of three theaters or gaming in the London-themed casino. Enjoy meals anytime with 'round the clock room service and a 24-hour buffet and bistro.
Tahitian Princess, formerly Renaissance's R4, was introduced to Princess' fleet on August 9, 2002. This ship offers large cabins, cozy spaces, and a gracious Old World atmosphere. Passengers can opt for traditional dining, or take advantage of one of the alternative dining venues; Sabatini's, Sterling Steakhouse, or the 24-hour buffet restaurant. The spa features massages, facials, mud baths, aromatherapy, a thalassotherapy pool, and other innovative treatments. Settle down with a good book in the library, with its richly upholstered sofas and chairs, fireplace and hardwood paneling. On-board entertainment ranges from ballroom to disco dancing, and there's a casino. After dinner, passengers can enjoy performances by comedians, magicians, and singers in the main show lounge. With over two thirds of the ship's cabins having balconies and with a variety of dining and entertainment options, the Tahitian Princess delivers on Princess' trademark "big ship choice" in a smaller, more intimate cruise environment.
While onboard, you can soothe the body as well as the soul. Our health and beauty spas have everything from treadmills to sauna and massage, facials and hairdressing. And what can be more relaxing than watching the world's most beautiful scenery glide by from a classic teak promenade deck. For evening entertainment, tempt Lady Luck and try your hand at craps, Caribbean stud poker, roulette, and lots of slots. Or dance into the night while live bands play all your favorite tunes. And the entertainment that made us famous is more dazzling than ever.
R3, a former Renaissance vessel was introduced to Princess' fleet on August 9, 2002 as Pacific Princess. This ship offers large cabins, cozy spaces, and a gracious Old World atmosphere. Passengers can opt for traditional dining, or take advantage of one of the alternative dining venues; Sabatini's, Sterling Steakhouse, or the 24-hour buffet restaurant. The spa features massages, facials, mud baths, aromatherapy, a thalassotherapy pool, and other innovative treatments. Settle down with a good book in the library, with its richly upholstered sofas and chairs, fireplace and hardwood paneling. On-board entertainment ranges from ballroom to disco dancing, and there's a casino. After dinner, passengers can enjoy performances by comedians, magicians, and singers in the main show lounge. With over two thirds of the ship's cabins having balconies and with a variety of dining and entertainment options, the Pacific Princess delivers on Princess' trademark "big ship choice" in a smaller, more intimate cruise environment.
On each deck, you will find open expanses and dramatic stairways, and in the stunning central atrium, art and light harmoniously conspire to invite and amaze. Everywhere on the ms Amsterdam, timeless perfection is apparent: in the familiar tones of fine woods and gentle hues, upon her broad, teak decks warmed by sun and balmy breezes, in the reverent sigh of the waves as she embarks on a new voyage.
Passengers who enter the three-deck atrium first notice the 26-foot-high splashing fountain, with its sculptures of mermaids, dolphins, and shells. The two-level dining room is surrounded by three walls of glass, while overhead there's a glittering canopy of frosted Venetian glass flowers. The Lido deck features a pool, Jacuzzis, a bar, and a grill that serves hamburgers and hot dogs. Passengers who want a casual setting for breakfast and lunch gravitate to the Lido Restaurant, which also houses an ice cream bar. Social spots on board include the lively Ocean Club for dancing and the quieter Explorer's Lounge for cognac and conversation.
Legend of the Seas
The multilevel Centrum is the hub of this ship. It's an airy, light-filled atrium with gliding glass elevators, palm trees, panoramic windows, gleaming brass, and chairs and low tables placed in cozy groupings. Most passengers gather here for a pre-dinner cocktail as live music plays in the background. Other popular spots include the convivial Schooner Bar, the elegant champagne bar, and the Solarium, a serene, glass-enclosed pool area with a retractable ceiling. The Viking Crown Lounge is a Royal Caribbean signature; floating 11 decks above the ocean, it's an observation point by day and a pulsating dance club at night! There's also a casino and show lounge. Go for a seaside jog on the top deck, spend a few pampering hours in the spa or work out with a view at the ShipShape Fitness Center. Kids will love the 18-hole miniature golf course on the top deck. The Windjammer Café is a casual alternative to the formal, two-level Romeo & Juliet Dining Room.
Radiance of the Seas
When you visit our Solarium you'll find yourself surrounded by tropical vegetation and the calls of exotic birds. The rich earthy tones and carved relief stone panels depict leaping gazelles and antelopes perfectly capturing the ambiance of the African bush. When the weather is nice, the retractable glass dome roof is opened for a majestic peek at the deep blue sky. Perhaps the most amazing highlight is a trio of carved stone elephants nearly 17 feet high set against a cascading waterfall. It's a staggering representation of a waterhole. And it's an exotic on-board escape you won't soon forget.
This intimate ship is unregimented and informal no tuxes or gowns here. The Connoisseur Club, with its warm woods and leather chairs, is a relaxing spot for predinner cocktails. La Palette is an indoor/outdoor lounge whose deep blues and golden yellows reflect the colors of the sea and sun. With its floor-to-ceiling windows, it's the perfect place to toast a sunset. There's open-seating dining in two restaurants: La Veranda is modern and stylish, and L'Etoile resembles an art deco Parisian restaurant. Near the pool, Le Grill offers casual, open-air dining. Complimentary wine is included at lunch and dinner. A retractable watersports platform brings guests to sea level, where they can try windsurfing, kayaking, and water-skiing. Cabins feature marble baths with full-size tub and shower, refrigerator stocked with soft drinks and mineral water, complimentary minibar setup and more.
The public rooms of this quietly elegant ship are finished in wood, marble, etched glass, and polished granite. It has the classic elements that Celebrity is known for, such as a martini bar, champagne and caviar bar, and Michael's Club, an intimate lounge where you can sink into a high-back leather chair for after-dinner conversation. And of course, the imaginative, outstanding cuisine of master chef Michel Roux is presented with five-star service by an attentive, European-trained staff. Unique touches aboard this ship include the Magnolia Garden, a floating botanical conservatory. Located atop the ship and boasting two-deck-high windows, it is graced with rattan chairs, wrought-iron-and-glass tables, sheer white fabric canopies, and vine-covered trellises. The Sports Deck boasts full-court basketball, volleyball, and table tennis, while the Resort Deck is dedicated to health and fitness, with its luxurious AquaSpa offering such treatments as aromatherapy massage, a thalassotherapy pool, hydrobath, and fog shower. Words is a two-story library with quiet nooks for reading, and Notes is a music library where passengers can access thousands of digital musical recordings at state-of-the-art personal listening stations.
Carnival Spirit represents the epitome of Carnival's Total Choice Dining program, which offers guests greater flexibility of dining hours, settings, and mode of dress. Restaurants include the two-story formal dining room (with incredible views on three sides) and the casual indoor/outdoor Lido Deck dining room (where the 24-hour pizzeria is also located). A new dining option will also debut on this remarkable ship: the reservations-only Supper Club located beneath the ship's expansive red glass dome. For fun in the sun, this ship features wide decks, a choice of four pools (including one with a retractable dome), and a Sports Deck jogging track. Kids from tots to teens will love the activities of Camp Carnival®, which is headquartered in the ship's aptly named Fun House. The very first Spirit-class ship, Carnival Spirit, is an outstanding example of why Carnival is the Most Popular Cruise Line in the World!®
Cabin amenities include a color television, video player, CD player, mini-bar/refrigerator, international direct-dial telephone, private bathroom with toiletries, hair dryer, and terry cloth robes. The ship stocks an extensive multimedia library of more than 650 video titles and 500 CDs for passengers' use. With a crew of 88, the ship also features a fitness center, beauty salon, massage therapists, 24-hour complimentary room service, hot tub/jacuzzi, casino, pool, piano bar, Main Lounge, Restaurant, complimentary watersports platform, and an open bridge.