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Pride of America

She may be named differently to her fellow ships in the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet, but the spirit of Freestyle Cruising is very much alive on Pride of America. Specially designed for sailing Hawaii, she is ideal for families who want a relaxing escape with plenty of choices for dining and entertainment. Indeed with 11 restaurants available, you’ll always find something to suit your tastes.

Younger guests will love spending time in their kids’ clubs and teen clubs, parents can head to the Santa Fe spa for a little pampering before dinner. There are three pools on-board too, so you’re never short of space should you want to sunbathe by the water.

  • Launched: 2005
  • Refurbished: 2016
  • Capacity: 2186
  • Crew: 927
  • Launched in 2020
  • 1004 feet
  • 2909 passengers
  • 20 crew

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Cagneys Steakhouse


You certainly won’t be stuck for places to dine on Price of America. You’ll discover two main restaurants: Skyline and Liberty. Skyline is inspired by the architecture and skyscrapers of 1930’s Manhattan – hence the name. In Liberty, you’ll step back into America’s Colonial days with décor that tells the story of the significant moments in American History. Each a delicious, traditional dining experience.

For a more casual choice, opt for Aloha Café. It’s an indoor/outdoor buffet-style eatery, which features food stations where you can order omelettes, soups, ethnic specialties and pasta. There’s even a kid-sized buffet too. Furthermore, there’s the Cadillac Diner. In true American style, this retro diner serves up burgers, fish n chips and wok-fast dishes. And, it’s open 24-hours a day. East Meets West has a unique selection of authentic Pan Asian cuisine, whilst the Key West Bar & Grill is the place to go for poolside snacks.

For an additional charge, guests can also choose from a range of speciality restaurants. Choose from Angus beef, pork, lamb, seafood and grilled chicken at the Cagney’s Steakhouse or if you love French food, try Jefferson’s Bistro. Other cuisines on offer include Italian, Brazilian and Japanese sushi and Teppanyaki. Don’t feel like venturing out of your cabin? Then room service is available 24-hours a day at an extra charge.

Balcony Cabin


No matter what your budget is, there is an accommodation type to suit you. From smaller staterooms, balcony staterooms and spacious family suites, there’s a room for every type of traveller. If you’d like more space to relax, choose a balcony stateroom or a luxury suite. Alternatively, if you’re simply looking for a comfortable space to place your head at night, there are Inside or Oceanview staterooms available. Studios offer a stylish option for single travellers with mood lighting and a full-sized bed.

Pride of America Activities


Take a leisurely swim in one of the two outdoor swimming pools, or soak up the sun and unwind in one of the four hot tubs – it’s all possible on Pride of America. Why not play deck games on your cruise, such as outdoor chess? If you like sports, then you can have a game of basketball, volleyball, tennis or use the golf driving net. For an invigorating work out, head to the Santa Fe Fitness Centre. Open from 6am to 11pm, there’s aerobics/fitness classes offered daily too. Alternatively, hit the jogging track and go for a leisurely walk. If you appreciate art, have a wander through Pride of America’s Soho Art Gallery. There are original paintings by a wide range of well-known artists here – and, they’re all for sale. For a spot of shopping, go along to Newbury Street Shops. Unusually, there’s no casino on-board, but there is a card room and video games arcade.

Indulge yourself with fabulous treatments and therapies in the Mandala Spa. Offering a wide range of treatments and therapies, there’s something for everyone. You’ll find a well-stocked selection of books in the SS America Library. Choose a book and head to The Conservatory: a quiet area in a tropical setting; the perfect place to have a read.

Splash Academy kid’s club is the place that kids love! There’s a paddling pool, soft play area, computers, movie room and jungle gym. Entourage is the cool place for teens to hang out. Here, there’s a dance floor, a bar, a jukebox, table football, air hockey and much more.

Hollywood Theatre


The Hollywood Theatre is an entertainment treat. Here you can enjoy dazzling Broadway and Vegas-style shows in a Hollywood-inspired theatre. If you want to dance the night away then head to the Mardi Gras Cabaret Lounge & Nightclub. Other great venues include a Western-themed saloon, a Champagne bar, the Napa Wine Bar and several cocktail bars.

    • Theatre shows and productions
    • Multiple pools and hot tubs
    • Sports and games
    • Family-friendly interconnecting accommodations
    • Fitness centre and spa
    • Wide range of youth clubs for 6 months-17 years
    • Freestyle dining with kids' menus for 4-12 years
    • 12 bars and lounges
    • Kids under 3 eat free!
    • Deck games and golf driving net
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