Even the best things in life occasionally require an upgrade, which is why Norwegian Cruise Line has decided to spruce up Norwegian Jewel. Built in 2005, this 965-foot-long ship has won numerous awards for its amenities and services, including being one of the Top 10 Best for First-Timers (Large Ship Category) from Cruise Critic in 2017. After its two-week renovation period for one of the most extensive renovations across the fleet in 2018, Norwegian Jewel is poised to earn even greater accolades. Here is everything you can expect on the newly polished Norwegian Jewel.
No matter your destination or the length of your cruise, one of the most exciting steps in booking your cruise vacation with Norwegian is choosing your stateroom. Since the prices and accommodations vary depending on the cabin size you select, you have several factors to consider. Here's everything you need to know to choose the right cruise stateroom for you.
As sister ships, Norwegian Bliss and Norwegian Joy proudly offer the same expansive Observation Lounge and many other twin features, including a waterfront promenade lined with bars, lounges, and dining options. In fact, there was one majorly fun difference Norwegian Joy could boast over its sibling ship — it sported the first ever race track at sea.
Happy Hour Prohibition - The Musical is a one-of-a-kind interactive experience that is exclusive to Norwegian Bliss and will soon be available on Norwegian Encore. Once you step through the doors, you will be transported to the eve of Prohibition. For those looking for a good time, be sure to slip into Mahogany Hall to get up close and personal with the seductive singers and dancers. The one-hour production is a playful performance during which the all-female cast tantalizes the audience with a sultry mix of music, dance, and comedy.
Continuing the tradition of iconic hull art on its award-winning ships, Norwegian Cruise Line announced today that Norwegian Encore’s hull design will be the creation of renowned Spanish artist Eduardo Arranz-Bravo. Set to debut in Miami in November 2019, Norwegian Encore will be the fourth and final ship in the fleet’s Breakaway-Plus class.
Norwegian Cruise Line is about to spread joy along the West Coast — Norwegian Joy, that is. Originally built to cruise in Asian waters, Norwegian Joy is bringing its grandeur to the West Coast by offering year-round sailings to Alaska, the Mexican Riviera, the Pacific Coast, and the Panama Canal starting in May 2019. Before taking on the new itineraries, Norwegian Joy will undergo $50 million in upgrades, including a Starbucks® store. But that's not all. Norwegian Joy also has a few tricks up her sleeve, including some stunning Observation Lounges and a race track.
With 16 bars and lounges on board the brand-new Norwegian Bliss, there’s no shortage of fun and libations to enjoy on your next cruise vacation. Whether you’re sailing to Alaska and taking in the stunning glacier views from the Observation Lounge bar or cruising to The Caribbean with a fresh mojito in hand, these hot spots have something for your every vacation mood.
Norwegian Cruise Line continues to keep things fresh with another incredible dry dock refurbishment. Norwegian Sun is one of the latest cruise ships to undergo bow-to-stern enhancements as part of The Norwegian Edge® program. Upgrades range from new and updated dining options to newly designed spaces all across the ship. Just ahead, see what’s new onboard Norwegian Sun.
It's official — you've just booked your first cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line. Congratulations! Before you pack your bags and hit the seas, there are a few things you should know about your upcoming experience. Here's just a little of what you can expect during your first cruise with Norwegian.
"I'm hungry," said no one on a cruise ship — ever. Cruising on the state-of-the-art Norwegian Bliss is no exception to this rule. You'll find exquisite Specialty Dining venues along with popular main dining choices such as Savour and Taste. But you'll find some must-have foods on board Norwegian Bliss that everyone should simply try.
Norwegian Bliss made her west coast debut over the weekend in Los Angeles for the third stop on her inaugural tour. Cruise guests on board Norwegian Bliss had the opportunity to take a test drive on the largest race track at sea, have a taste of the delectable treats at Coco’s, and even enjoyed a first-hand look at a live painting by marine artist and conservationist Wyland, who created the hull art for Norwegian Bliss.