Norwegian Pearl: Deck Plans

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Ship Specifications

  • Passenger Capacity: 2,394 (double occupancy)
  • Gross Register Tonnage: 93,530
  • Overall Length: 965 feet
  • Max Beam: 105 feet
  • Draft: 27 feet
  • Engines: Diesel Electric
  • Cruise Speed: 22.5 knots
  • Crew: 1,099

Explore the Decks of the Norwegian Pearl

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Deck 06 - Public Rooms Expand All

Corona Cigar Club

Indigo

Le Bistro

Magnum's Champagne & Wine Bar

Maltings Beer & Whiskey Bar

Meeting Rooms

Pearl Club Casino

Pearl Club Casino Bar

Shakers Martini & Cocktails Bar

Summer Palace

Deck 06 -Deck Plan

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Pearl Deck 6

Deck Plan Key

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Disabled Stateroom with facilities for persons with disabilities. (For more information contact the Access Desk.)
Holds 3 Third person occupancy available
Hearing Impaired Stateroom equipped for hearing-impaired
Holds 4 Third and/or fourth person occupancy available
Connecting Connecting staterooms. Great for families.
Holds 5 Third, fourth and/or fifth person occupancy available
King Bed Stateroom with king-size bed
Holds 6 Up to sixth person occupancy available
Queen Bed Stateroom with queen-size bed
Holds 8 Up to eighth person occupancy available
Restroom Restroom
Elevator Elevator
Double Bed Stateroom with double bed
Inside Corridors Inside stateroom doors open to center interior corridors and not towards balcony staterooms

Stateroom images, square footage, and configurations are representative only. Actual accommodations may vary.

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