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Where besides the main speciality dining restaurants can you use your credits at?

Asked by: psar62
The dining package can be used at any of the "specialty" restaurants, but only in those restaurants. Cagney's, Ocean Blue and Le Bistro are excellent. If you are on the Encore or Spirit, Onda by Scarpeta is the best restaurant I have ever been to, on land or sea!
Answered by: CliffonBoard
Date published: 2021-08-08

What do the colors mean on the Deck Plans?

Asked by: Lanita
The color relates to the type of cabin. For example, on Deck 10 if you click on Balcony under Stateroom type, you'll see that its category, BB, is shown in purple, so the purple colored staterooms on the deck plan are balcony staterooms.
Answered by: Bstu19
Date published: 2021-11-08

Is there an on-board laundry

Asked by: Tjoe
There is no self-service laundry, they will do it for you.
Answered by: Didiincali
Date published: 2021-10-15

Is there a charge to use the go-kart track on the Bliss?

Asked by: Andeeo
Looks like currently $15 per adult and $15 per child
Answered by: StingerGT
Date published: 2021-11-13

Are balcony room showers walk in showers?

Asked by: Mesabound
Yes, the balcony room showers are walk-in. They are not big, but were pretty comfortable and I'm a big guy...
Answered by: CliffonBoard
Date published: 2021-08-24

Water packages on ship

What size water bottles do they have on the ship and what is the prices?
Asked by: Superior
Please visit this link for complete information: https://www.ncl.com/onboard-packages/bottled-water-packages
Answered by: TheTravelingMan
Date published: 2021-06-15

Is there Karaoke on the Norwegian Bliss?

Asked by: WillCat
Yes there is, just look at the newsletter every day to see if it’s scheduled. It’s not every day.
Answered by: Didiincali
Date published: 2021-10-15

Are the pools on Bliss salt water or fresh water?

I'm hoping there is at least one salt water pool available.
Asked by: diesel1959
The pools use sea water, not fresh water.
Answered by: TheTravelingMan
Date published: 2021-06-08

Can kids eat at the specialty resturaunts?

Asked by: JayR12345
Yes. We took the kids to the Teppanyaki restaurant. We were charged for the kids that ate from the specialty menu but our granddaughter was able to order from the ship's general children's menu (complimentary) and we were not charged for her meal.
Answered by: Allicon
Date published: 2021-11-29

Are there any areas for stargazing?

Booked an Alaska trip and one draw was to see the northern lights, are there any areas of the ship where lights are off or dimmed so people can see the night sky?
Asked by: b14793
For safety reasons the lights on the ship remain on at night. You may be able to find an area on deck that has less glare than others, but unfortunately there really are no locations where it is dark enough for a quality star gazing experience. Also, Alaska cruises are mostly in the Summer months, while the Northern Lights are more prominent during the Winter.
Answered by: TheTravelingMan
Date published: 2021-08-06
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