The Norwegian Pearl, a beauty among cruise ships, has graced the banner of my blog pretty much since its very beginning. (The blog’s beginning that is, not the ship’s.) With most cruise ships decor refers mainly to the inside, but with Norwegian’s unique paint jobs for each ship, the decor begins long before ever setting foot on board.
Brightly colored pearls (what else) painted on the outside make the Pearl stand out anywhere. Once inside the ship, the decor stands out there as well. From the ornate atrium to walls intricately adorned with decorations or murals to the whimsical carpets – different for each area of the ship – there’s always something new to see while wandering about inside the Pearl.
Some areas have all the bling passengers come to expect from cruise ships while other areas have cheerful colors, and yet others bring quite unexpected surprises such as beds in random places.
Pearl Decor Slideshow
Passengers on the Pearl always know when they have left one area and entered another by the change of carpet and other decor. The widely varying decor gives each area of the ship its own feel, whether elegant, casual, or a place to kick back and have fun.
It really is beautifully decorated. Love the waterfall into the Tahitian pool.
It was very lovely, I wish I was back on the ship again.
Just got off the Jewel. I was also delighted with all the bright paint on the outside of the ship. Made walking on the Promenade very very nice!
I liked how the paint out there changed according to what was on the other side of the wall, just as the carpets change whenever entering a different area inside the ship.
they are very creative in their decor!
Hard to believe that all those restaurants, a theater and shops are on a boat. Cruise ships are like floating malls. Of course, in the back of my paranoid mind, I think constantly about the Titanic. I do enjoy your pictures very much; the pimp room in particular!
Luckily unlike the Titanic, modern cruise ships have enough life boats/rafts for everyone on board. I suppose in the Titanic’s time they had not yet invented those barrels that pop out a raft and take up a lot less room on the side of a ship than an actual boat.
Good to know. Still too chicken to ever go on one.
In the mural at the Moderno Churrascaria resturant it looks to me like two of the dancers are doing a little more then dancing in that mural. Just look closely at the girl in the short dress.
I just showed the picture to my wife and she saw the same thing on her second guess about what I saw.
Considering that is a restaurant and there are children on board these ships, odds are those people in that mural are just dancing closely with all their clothing intact.
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Loving the dance steps on the carpet…that’s a new one for me. The random bed looks rather tempting too, particularly after a large dinner. 😉