Luxury Cruise Ships

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Norwegian Cruise Line

The Pride of America

The Pride of America is a US flagged ship. It was designed to reflect the places in America that we all love. It offers freedom of choice for free- style cruising. Launched in 2005 and registered in the US a cruise through the Hawaiian Islands will eliminate the required foreign port stops. It has 15 decks, 10 restaurants with ever changing menus daily, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, 24 hour room service and a venue for everyone of every age.

Restaurant

Liberty Restaurant: Classic colonial day's décor with and excellent menu which reflects the era.

Lazy J Steakhouse: with its Texas theme and décor prepare you for the best Angus Beef, Veal, Lamb, Pork, Chicken and Grilled Seafood outside of the "Lone Star" state. The steakhouse is a must for dining.

Skyline Restaurant: A 1930's theme with traditional American cuisine and a magnificent panoramic view of the ocean

Jefferson Bistro: a la cart menus with a French cuisine

Cadillac Diner: Open 24 hours with a 1950, s theme of 50, s Rock and Roll stars. Sit in Cadillac styled seats and listen to a video juke box.

The list goes on and on, with a full menu in every restaurant for kids too. Whichever one you decide you will not be disappointed.

Living Quarters

Accommodations range from a spacious and comfortable inside or outside stateroom to one of the more luxurious Owner's or Penthouse Suites with butler and concierge service. For a luxury cruise to Hawaii this is the way to go.

Grand Suites: private bedroom with king sized bed, walk- in closet, separate dining area with seating for six, grand piano a powder room butler and concierge service. The suite also has a private balcony with a sunning area and a Jacuzzi Whirlpool for relaxing. A private bath with Jacuzzi tub a separate shower, double vanity, dressing room with a flat screen TV .. to watch while dress for dinner. The Cherry wood finished living room has an entertainment center with DVD and CD player and TV a computer with internet access, a bar complete with refrigerator, a safe phone, tea and coffee makers.

Cable / Satellite TV, Coffee / Tea Maker, Kitchenette, Microwave, Dining Area, Wake Up Service / Alarm Clock, Wake Up Service / Alarm Clock, Wake Up Service, (not much).

Staterooms: Two lower beds that convert to a queen sized bed private bath and floor to ceiling windows that lead into a private balcony.

Inside and Outside Staterooms: Not as grand and opulent as the Grand Suites Penthouse Suites or Owners Suites but just as comfortable.

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