Norwegian to Add Exclusive Beachfront Area to Great Stirrup Cay

Silver Cove at Great Stirrup Cay Lagoon Villa Two Bedroom

Norwegian Cruise Line today unveiled Silver Cove, a new exclusive oceanfront resort-style destination on the company’s private island in the Bahamas, Great Stirrup Cay.

During Norwegian Encore’s inaugural call to Great Stirrup Cay, guests discovered the new oceanfront lagoon area including private beach access, 38 beachfront villas, a Mandara Spa as well as a new Moet Bar and the Silver Cove Restaurant and Bar, according to a press release.

The Villas at Silver Cove were designed to provide guests with the same experience available across the 17-ship fleet, Norwegian said.

The 38 air-conditioned villas range from studios to larger one-and-two-bedroom villas, and they are equipped with a full bathroom, daybed, club chairs, TV with on-demand entertainment and outdoor patio and lounge seating. They also include access to a private beach and the Silver Cove Restaurant and Bar. Six lagoon one-bedroom villas include an expanded living area with a wet bar and a private king-bedded master bedroom. Two lagoon two-bedroom family suite villas also feature a private dining area, entertainment area and a larger master bedroom with a spa tub and shower.

“We were the very first in the industry to have a private island, Great Stirrup Cay, offering our guests a chance to enjoy the very best of an exclusive island experience,” said Norwegian Cruise Line President and CEO Andy Stuart. “Today, we are providing our guests with a preview of how Great Stirrup Cay is evolving and showcasing our vision for the future with the unveiling of Silver Cove, our exclusive beachfront area. Similar to the last few ships we have debuted, we are committed to elevating the Norwegian Cruise Line experience, not only at sea, but also ashore. We are excited to have Norwegian Encore call here today for the first time!”

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