Ever fancied island hopping through Hawaii? Then step aboard Pride of America as she cruises through paradise in style, sailing past the Kīlauea Volcano and the dramatic cliffs of the Nā Pali Coast. You may even get the chance to do a spot of whale watching if you’re booked in a room with a private balcony!
Get the whole family to join in some action-packed fun on the Sports Court as you shoot some hoops or test your volleyball skills. Elsewhere on the ship you can practice your swing and take your clubs out for a drive at the golf driving net. Adrenaline junkies looking for a thrill can feel the tumbling motions of the Gyrosphere as it is spun in every direction.
Holidays are all about taking a break, so be selfish and do nothing at all apart from soaking up the sun rays on a lounger. You’ll even find dedicated quiet zones on the Sun Deck to encourage you to do just that. Perhaps you would rather take a dip in one of Pride of America’s six hot tubs or cool off in either the South Beach or Oasis Pool?
The Santa Fe Spa is the go-to place for a serene atmosphere and a superb range of beauty treatments await you. Don’t feel guilty about overindulging on the buffet, as the Sante Fe Fitness Centre is open from 6am to 11pm daily, giving you plenty of time to work up a sweat and burn off all those extra calories consumed the night before. If the gym sounds like too much hard work run, jog or take a brisk walk around the ship on the dedicated Walking and Jogging track and admire the views that surround the ship.
The Rascals Kids Club will keep the kids entertained for hours on end with a paddling pool, soft play area, computers, movies and jungle room. The Connections Teen Club is the perfect hang out space for teens, with a dance floor; bar (non-alcoholic mocktails only!); video games; jukebox; table football and more.
Relax in the knowledge that the smaller kids are being safely looked after whilst the teens are doing their own thing in the Teens Club.
Enjoy Broadway and Vegas-style shows in the Hollywood Theatre, or head over to the livelier Mardi Gras Cabaret Lounge where every night promises fun and frivolity. Whatever your preference, you are sure to find entertainment to see you through the night and into the small hours.
Did you know that Pride of America features an incredible 11 bars and lounges?
Choose from a diverse range of wines in the Napa Wine Bar or head over to the Ocean Drive Bar for cocktails, wines and beers in this alfresco venue overlooking the South Beach Pool. Sip champagne in Pink’s Champagne Bar, inspired by Hawaii’s Waikīkī Beach Royal Palace Hotel which is often referred to as the ‘Pink Palace’.
Perhaps you’d prefer a non-alcoholic drink? If so, head over to John Adam’s Coffee Bar, where you can enjoy a wide variety of speciality coffees, teas, pastries and cookies and relax in the comfortable surroundings, watching the night pass by in a flurry.
With 19 dining options to choose from, NCL’s Pride of America really does have something to appeal to all tastes.
Liberty and Skyline are Pride of America’s two main dining rooms for you choose between. Both dining venues offer you a traditional dining experience in luxurious and refined settings; serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, so you can enjoy four-course meals that feature all your culinary favourites from a menu that changes daily.
Aloha Café is an indoor and outdoor buffet style eatery, perfect for even the fussiest of eaters. Take your pick from omelettes, waffles, fruit, soups and ethnic specialities from the food stations. There’s even a kid sized buffet for the little ones to enjoy! Alternatively, opt to dine in the retro 1950’s Cadillac Diner (open 22 hours a day) where you’ll hear 50’s Rock ‘n’ Roll music playing in the background whilst being served a classic menu of favourites including burgers, fish and chips and wok-fast dishes.
One thing that is for sure, you can’t leave Pride of America without having tried Norwegian Cruise Lines’ signature Cagney’s Steakhouse. Choose from juicy cuts of Black Angus, T-bone or Prime Rib steak for mouth-watering sensations and savour every minute of your meal. Watch skilful chefs slice, chop and grill steak, seafood and chicken right before your eyes in the lively dining venue of Teppanykai. Meat lovers must head over to Morden Churrascaria, an authentic Brazilian steakhouse, where they can indulge in a variety of slow roasted meats including beef, pork, lamb and chicken, all carved tableside.
The dress code on board Pride of America is all about 'Freestyle Cruising'; a concept pioneered by Norwegian Cruise Line. You will find that the majority of passengers opt for an elegant casual approach, but if you’d prefer to dress up for the night, go ahead and do just that