Norwegian Bliss, the newest ship in the fleet for Norwegian Cruise Line's Breakaway Plus class, continued her U.S. inaugural tour with a stop in Miami on Tuesday, May 8, treating guests to a cruise experience unlike any other.
Highlights for the Miami inaugural included a game of Pictionary between marine artist and conservationist Wyland, who created the hull art for Norwegian Bliss, and fellow conservationist and artist Guy Harvey, who created the hull art for Norwegian Escape and is also the ship's godfather.
.@DrGuyHarvey & @Wyland- two legendary artists, competed in an intense game of Pictionary with some passengers this afternoon on board #NorwegianBliss. @CruiseNorwegian #wyland #art #artist #artists #cruise #ship #guyharvey pic.twitter.com/XOZY2FQi0L— Skeery Jones (@SkeeryJones) 9 may., 2018
Another key moment was Alex Vega and The Auto Firm team's unveiling of a new look for two of Norwegian's go-karts, one red and one blue, which are now on the largest race track at sea onboard Norwegian Bliss. Take a look at the sleek, custom design below.
Norwegian Bliss will continue her inaugural tour with a stop in Los Angeles before continuing to Seattle for her official christening on May 30th. The ship will homeport in Seattle and cruise seasonally to Alaska y el Caribe with select sailings to the Riviera Mexicana. Stay tuned for more as Norwegian Bliss continues her inaugural tour.