Norwegian Cruise Line has revealed that the exclusive suite complex for its two new Project Breakaway ships will be named The Haven by Norwegian.
The company also unveiled renderings for some of the ship’s most luxurious accommodation, along with announcing that the suite complexes on five of its ships – Norwegian Epic, Gem, Pearl, Jade and Jewel – will also be named The Haven by Norwegian.
Chief executive Kevin Sheehan said: “Norwegian was the first cruise line to introduce the ‘ship within a ship’ complex with the introduction of Norwegian Jewel in 2005.
“These private enclaves at the top of the ship are home to our most luxurious, well-appointed and spacious accommodation, offering the utmost in service and elegance.
“With the introduction of the suite complex on our Breakaway ships, we felt it was appropriate to brand this space as The Haven by Norwegian to better identify and describe the unique luxury cruising experience we offer.
“When I described the design theme for Breakaway’s staterooms recently I called it ‘modern boutique hotel meets the sea.
“Now with The Haven by Norwegian, we truly have our own private boutique hotel on Norwegian Epic, Gem, Pearl, Jade, and Jewel, along with our new Project Breakaway ships, offering the ultimate in luxury and service at sea.”
Norwegian’s Jewel class ships (Norwegian Jewel, Jade, Pearl and Gem) include up to 18 suites as part of The Haven, including the largest suites at sea – the up to 5,000 square foot, three-bedroom Garden Villas.
All of these suites surround The Haven Courtyard, which includes a pool, sundeck, hot tub, fitness room and more.
The Haven on Norwegian Epic is the largest suite complex at sea, comprising 60 suites on two private decks at the top of the ship. An additional 15 suites also have access to The Haven.
Haven guests also get private butler and concierge service.
Norwegian is planning to expand its existing butler service to 24 hours and having butlers trained and certified by the International Institute of Modern Butlers.
The line is also adding a ‘poolside valet’ in the Courtyard who will provide more personalised service poolside and in-suite dining has been enhanced to white tablecloth service.
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