Norwegian Pearl Photo Gallery

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    Norwegian Pearl Docked in Juneau

    Norwegian Pearl Docked in Juneau
    ••• A view of the Norwegian Pearl docked in Juneau, taken from near the Mt. Roberts Tramway station. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)

    Alaska Inside Passage Cruise

    Planning and preparing for a cruise brings up many questions regarding the facilities and services available on board ship. I kept that in mind when preparing this informational gallery of pictures taken in and around the Norwegian Pearl during my Alaska Inside Passage cruise in May 2007. I hope you enjoy these pictures and that they address some of your cruise questions and concerns.

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    View of Norwegian Pearl from Dock in Ketchikan

    View of Norwegian Pearl from Dock in Ketchikan
    ••• View of Norwegian Pearl from Dock in Ketchikan. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Closeup View of Norwegian Pearl

    Closeup View of Norwegian Pearl
    ••• This picture was taken while the ship was at dock in Skagway. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Cruise Ship Terminal Baggage Check in Seattle

    Cruise Ship Terminal Baggage Check in Seattle
    ••• After arriving at the cruise terminal in Seattle, the first part of the checkin process was to drop off my luggage at security. It showed up at my stateroom about 2 hours later. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Norwegian Pearl Check-in Windows in Seattle

    Norwegian Pearl Check-in Windows
    ••• The check-in windows for the Norwegian Pearl were located upstairs in Seattle's pier 66 cruise ship terminal. The process was quick and efficient. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Cruise Ship Boarding Ramp in Seattle

    Cruise Ship Boarding Ramp in Seattle
    ••• This is a view of the ship's boarding ramp at the Seattle cruise ship terminal, as seen from Deck 7 of the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Seattle Skyline from Pier 66

    Seattle Skyline from Pier 66
    ••• A view from the ship back to the cruise terminal on Pier 66 and the Seattle skyline. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Signage on the Norwegian Pearl

    Signage on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• An example of the location signs, which were located throughout the Norwegian Pearl, posted to help you figure out where you are and where you're going. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Restaurant Seating Guide on the Norwegian Pearl

    Restaurant Seating Guide on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• These information screens, where you could find out how busy each restaurant was at any given time, were located in public areas around the ship. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Hand Sanitizer on the Norwegian Pearl

    Hand Sanitizer on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Good health was a priority on the Norwegian Pearl. Hand sanitizers were located at the entrance to every restaurant and restroom. By the end of the cruise, every one was joking about their super clean hands. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Lifeboat Drill on the Norwegian Pearl

    Lifeboat Drill on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• My station in the lifeboat drill was in one of the ship's 2 main dining rooms, the Summer Palace. Most were in easy-to-locate places on the ship's deck. The whole process occured while we were still docked in Seattle and took about 15-20 minutes. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Balcony Cabin on the Norwegian Pearl

    Balcony Cabin on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The was my first view of my room - it's so small! The papers on my bed included the daily newsletter. I soon realized that, although the cabin seemed very small, it was efficiently laid out and had adequate room and storage. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Sitting Area of Balcony Cabin on Norwegian Pearl

    Sitting Area of Balcony Cabin on Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Sitting Area of Balcony Cabin on Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Cabin TV on the Norwegian Pearl

    Cabin TV on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The ship's informational TV channels provided current location, weather and sea conditions, and announcements. There were channels for restaurants/activities, shore excursions, and CNN, ESPN, Fox News, and 2 movie channels. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Photo Gallery on the Norwegian Pearl

    Photo Gallery on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• You can pick up photos taken by the ship's photographer, buy photo supplies, arrange special portraits, and convert you digital memory to CDs at the Norwegian Pearl's Photo Gallery. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Pearl Club Casino on the Norwegian Pearl

    Pearl Club Casino on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Pearl Club Casino on the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    View of Pool Area on the Norwegian Pearl

    View of Pool Area on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• View of Pool Area on the Norwegian Pearl, taken from Deck 13. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Towels & Blankets on the Norwegian Pearl

    Pool Area - Towels & Blankets
    ••• Here's one of the on-deck areas where you could pick up and drop off beach towels and blankets. You're taken care of whether it's hot or cold!. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Outdoor Pool on the Norwegian Pearl

    Outdoor Pool on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The outdoor pool on the Norwegian Pearl has several features, including a slide, waterfall, hot tubs, and showers. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Sheltered Pool Lounging Area on the Norwegian Pearl

    Sheltered Pool Lounging Area on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Even if the weather is chilly, you can still enjoy sitting outdoors and taking in the Alaska scenery in the sheltered and comfortable area near the ship's pool. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Trade Route Boutiques on the Norwegian Pearl

    Trade Route Boutiques on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The various Trade Route Boutiques duty-free shops offered souvenir items, jewelry, alcohol, perfumes, and other duty-free type goods. If you buy alcohol, they hold it for you until the end of the trip. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Alaska Inside Passage Scenery from the Norwegian Pearl

    Alaska Inside Passage Scenery from the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• This is a view of Alaska Inside Passage scenery from the rear (aft) of the ship off of Deck 7. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Promenade - Deck 7 on the Norwegian Pearl

    Promenade - Deck 7 on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Promenade - Deck 7 on the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Lap Distance on the Promenade of the Norwegian Pearl

    Lap Distance on the Promenade of the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Lap Distance on the Promenade of the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Stardust Theater on the Norwegian Pearl

    Stardust Theater on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• One of the entrances to the Stardust Theater, where they had a variety of entertainment shows and presentations throughout the cruise. At the left is one of the hand sanitizer stations, which can be found all over the ship. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Stardust Theater Entryway on the Norwegian Pearl

    Stardust Theater Entryway on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Entry hall in one of the 4 entrances to the Stardust Theater. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Stardust Theater on the Norwegian Pearl

    Stardust Theater on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Stardust Theater on the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Entrance to the South Pacific Spa on the Norwegian Pearl

    Entrance to the South Pacific Spa on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Entrance to the South Pacific Spa on the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Scenic Alaska View from Cruise Ship Balcony

    Scenic Alaska View from Cruise Ship Balcony
    ••• The view from my balcony while in Chatham Strait, looking east towards Baranof Island. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Outdoor Recreation Facilities on the Norwegian Pearl

    Outdoor Recreation Facilities on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Deck 13 had a variety of outdoor recreation facilities including the jogging track, ping pong tables, the driving/chipping practice area, and a sports court for basketball/volleyball/tennis. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Jogging Track Distance on the Norwegian Pearl

    Jogging Track Distance on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• A sign showing the lap distance for the jogging track on the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Outdoor Sport Court on the Norwegian Pearl

    Outdoor Sport Court on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The outdoor sport court on the Norwegian Pearl was a popular place while the ship was at sea - you could play and enjoy the beautiful Alaska scenery at the same time!. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Rock Climbing Wall on the Norwegian Pearl

    Rock Climbing Wall on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The rock climbing wall located on Deck 14 of the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Deck 13 Recreation Area on the Norwegian Pearl

    Deck 13 Recreation Area on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The outdoor recreation on deck 13 of the Norwegian Pearl included shuffleboard, chess, and a jogging track. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    View of Norwegian Star from the Norwegian Pearl

    View of Norwegian Star from the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• This view of the Norwegian Star was taken from my balcony on the Norwegian Pearl while we were docked in Skagway. ©Angela M. Brown 2007
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    Lifeboats on the Norwegian Star

    Lifeboats on the Norwegian Star
    ••• A closeup photo of the lifeboats on the Norwegian Star, taken while the Norwegian Pearl was docked next door in Skagway. ©Angela M. Brown 2007
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    Norwegian Pearl's Internet Cafe

    Norwegian Pearl's Internet Cafe
    ••• The Norwegian Pearl's Internet Cafe was located in the same area on Deck 7 as the art. During my May 2007 cruise it was 75 cents a minute to get online, or you could buy packages of 100 minutes for $50. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Exiting Ship in Ketchikan

    Exiting Ship in Ketchikan
    ••• The gangway off of the Norwegian Pearl in Ketchikan. ©Angela M. Brown 2007
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    Kids and Teens Facilities on the Norwegian Pearl

    Kids and Teens Facilities on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The entrance to the kids and teens facilities on the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Crystal Atrium on the Norwegian Pearl

    Crystal Atrium on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Chihuly glass art provides the centerpiece for the Crystal Atrium on the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Crystal Atrium on the Norwegian Pearl

    Crystal Atrium on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The Crystal Atrium on Deck 7 is the main public area of the Norwegian Pearl. The reception desk and shore excursion desk are also in this area. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Crystal Atrium on the Norwegian Pearl

    Crystal Atrium on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• A view of the Crystal Atrium, looking down from the Blue Lagoon restaurant on Deck 8. The Blue Lagoon was a 24-hour light meal restaurant. Across the way is the Mambo's TexMex restaurant. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Chocoholic Buffet on the Norwegian Pearl

    Chocoholic Buffet on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The midnight chocoholic buffet offered an amazing spread of chocolate goodness, including cakes, brownies, fondue, pastries, and edible centerpieces. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Fitness Center on the Norwegian Pearl

    Fitness Center on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The fitness center on the Norwegian Pearl has lots of equipment to help you keep up with your exercise routine and work off all the wonderful meals you will enjoy during your cruise. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Bowling Alley in Bliss Ultra-lounge on the Norwegian Pearl

    Bowling Alley in Bliss Ultra-lounge on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Bowling Alley in Bliss Ultra-lounge on the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Card & Game Room on the Norwegian Pearl

    Card & Game Room on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The card and game room on the Norwegian Pearl was a popular hangout during the cruise. In addition to people playing board and card games, craft classes were held here. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Library on the Norwegian Pearl

    Library on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• The library on the Norwegian Pearl has a wide selection of fiction and nonfiction books for you to enjoy during your cruise. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Art Auction Gallery on the Norwegian Pearl

    Art Auction Gallery on the Norwegian Pearl
    ••• Several art auctions, both live and silent, were held throughout the cruise aboard the Norwegian Pearl. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    A View of Stairwell on Norwegian Pearl

    A View of Stairwell on Norwegian Pearl
    ••• A view of one of the many stairways on Norwegian Pearl. Each had its own display of art or photography. Using them instead of the elevators was a great way to work off all those big meals!. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)
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    Gangway Off of Norwegian Pearl

    Gangway Off of Norwegian Pearl
    ••• This gives you idea of how easy it was to walk on and off the cruise ship at the various ports of call. This picture was taken in Victoria BC. ©Angela M. Brown 2007
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    Pool with Juneau Scenery in the Background

    Pool with Juneau Scenery in the Background
    ••• Beautiful Alaska scenery was all around as the Norwegian Pearl was docked in Juneau. ©Angela M. Brown (May 2007)