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Above: The Library on Pearl is a quiet and relaxing place to read.
Right: The Chapel is used for meetings as well as for renewals of vows and other
Below left: The Lifestyles Room and the neighboring Card Room are
multi-function rooms, mostly used for card and board games.
Below right: Pearl has three individual meeting rooms that can be combined to
form a larger facility.
Above left: The Art Gallery is operated by Park West and offers original works of art for sale. The staff also conduct classes in
collecting art and conduct art auctions.
Above right: The Internet Café is directly across from the Art Gallery. The staff can also adjust guests' computers so that they can
connect to the Internet.
Below: The Photo Gallery offers camera equipment and accessories as well as portraits and onboard souvenir photos.
Pearl has two shopping
areas. First, there is the
small Ports of Call
shop in the main lobby
(above). Second, there is
the main shopping area,
the Trade Routes
Boutiques. The shops
offer duty-free items
logo-items and souvenirs,
watches and jewelry.
Pearl is very much a family-friendly ship and thus there is an
extensive organized program for children (see children's programs
on the Norwegian Pearl Profile Page) and lots of facilities
dedicated to children and young passengers.
The Aqua Kid's Club has, amongst other things, a play area,
computers and an area for watching videos (above). Children also
have their own area of the Garden Café buffet restaurant that is
scaled to smaller sizes (right). There is also a Kid's Pool (not
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Teenagers have their own dedicated area, the Metro Center (above).
This is a sleek, contemporary area which well might be mistaken for an
adult lounge. It has a non-alcohol bar, a dance floor, table games and an
area for watching videos.
Nearby is the ship's Video Arcade (left).