NCL Puts Their Tenth Ship Back Into Service

The Norwegian Dawn is now sailing from the Port of Tampa.

The Dawn built in 2002 and now ship number 10 back in service began sailing again yesterday from the Port of Tampa.


The ship was slated to be part of the Star Cruises when Genting owned the line but instead entered service for NCL.


She is the sister to the Norwegian Star and can carry up to 2,200 guests in double occupancy.


The Germany-built ship also introduced the concept of hull art, a feature that was later added to the entire fleet.


In 2016, the ship underwent an extensive refit as part of The Norwegian Edge program, which aimed to elevate the standard of the NCL fleet.


During the refit, the vessel received several new features, including Los Lobos Cantina, a Mexican specialty restaurant, and the Sugarcane Mojito Bar.


The design and décor in all of the ship’s public rooms and staterooms was also updated, including a complete makeover of the Garden Villas, the largest suites in the Norwegian fleet.


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