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SPAS & FITNESS THE MANDARA SPA®


We’ve chosen Mandara, one of the world’s most respected spa brands, as our partner on board Norwegian Cruise Line ships, offering you:


• A spacious, beautifully designed spa oasis • Steam room and Finnish sauna – some with ocean view • Thalassotherapy pool, hot tubs as well as heated relaxation chairs


• An extensive menu of massages, body therapies including peelings and wraps, and beauty treatments for both men and women


• Hairdressing and beauty salon, manicures and pedicures • BOTOX®


, Restylane® spa treatments


• Ionithermie Cellulite Reduction • Teeth whitening • Acupuncture.


and Perlane® professional medi-


READY FOR ACTION


• Fully-equipped, oceanview fi tness centre with cardiovascular equipment, weight machines, treadmills, bicycles, steppers, free weights and more


• Studio for classes such as spinning, yoga and pilates • Outdoor jogging track with horizon-wide views • Personal training.


NORWEGIAN EPIC


Norwegian Epic takes the Freestyle Cruising spa experience to new heights with one of the largest spa and fi tness centres at sea. Plus, there’s a whole new category of accommodation – serene Spa Suites, Spa Mini-Suites and Spa Balcony Staterooms. They offer easy access to the Mandara Spa and complimentary use of the thermal suites, sauna, hydrotherapy pool, steam room and heated loungers during regular spa hours.


Not all facilities are available on all ships – see pages 72/73. Surcharge applies for use of spa on most ships and for spa treatments and some fi tness classes. Spa and salon services attract an 18% service charge on Pride of America and an 18% automatic gratuity on all other ships.


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SPAS & FITNESS


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