Norwegian Cruise Line, the innovator in global cruise travel, today took delivery of its newest ship, Norwegian Encore, in Bremerhaven, Germany. This highly anticipated milestone begins a nearly month-long tour with preview events scheduled in Europe, New York and Miami, including the ship’s naming ceremony on Nov. 21, 2019.
Norwegian Encore successfully completed another major construction milestone, when she departed the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany and sailed down the Ems River towards Eemshaven, Netherlands, with crew members on board already preparing to welcome her first guests this November.
Norwegian Escape has been a fan-favorite ship ever since her launch in 2015. It may be because she has a little bit of everything: fantastic dining, dazzling entertainment and a wide variety of options for families. Keep scrolling to learn why Norwegian Escape was awarded 2017 Ship of the Year by Ocean & Cruise News.
Cruisers looking to experience some of the most beautiful views available from the sea flock to Alaska. With snowy mountain peaks, stunning glaciers and lush Pacific forests, Alaska's landscapes are breathtaking, to say the least. And, what better way to experience this than onboard a smaller cruise ship, where you can get more up close and personal to the action?
Are you considering an Africa cruise? Norwegian has three cruise ships traveling to exotic ports in South Africa to help challenge your idea of a great vacation. Currently, three Norwegian ships visit various ports in Africa — Norwegian Dawn, Norwegian Jade, and Norwegian Spirit. Here's what you can expect onboard each of these cruise ships.
Just in time for summer, Norwegian Getaway is ready to cruise to some of your favorite vacation destinations following an extensive refurbishment with bow-to-stern renovations. The ship, which boasts over 145,000 gross tons and capacity for nearly 4,000, spent two weeks in Brest, France for a dry dock as part of The Norwegian Edge program. Now, it’s ready to re-join the fleet and offer cruises to The Caribbean, Bahamas & Florida, and Europe, while showing off her new looks.
Get a first look at Norwegian Encore's completed hull art by award-winning Spanish artists Eduardo Arranz-Bravo in this exclusive video. A representation of his modern and abstract style, the ship's hull will feature a labyrinth of color inspired by Arranz-Bravo's life by the sea in Barcelona and paying tribute to the vibrant guest experience for which the Norwegian brand is recognized.
Get ready for an exciting weekend full of big wins! Norwegian Cruise Line is inviting fans to Feel Free to Play & Vacay on Sunday by answering at least one trivia question throughout the big game using #CruiseNorwegian and tweeting @CruiseNorwegian or posting to the @norwegiancruiseline Facebook wall for a chance to win a cruise through April 1, 2021.
Consider our newest cruise ships your playground at sea. Find your happy place on board Norwegian Joy, when she cruises year-round from the West Coast to Alaska, the Mexican Riviera, and Panama Canal starting May 2019. Or come aboard our newest ship Norwegian Encore, cruising from Miami to The Caribbean beginning November 2019 and from New York to Bermuda beginning Summer 2020.
If you’re ready to plan ahead for the best vacations, you’ll be excited to know that Norwegian Cruise Line has announced its newest cruise itineraries for winter 2020-2021, which are now open for sale. Highlights include sister ships Norwegian Joy and Norwegian Encore cruising from Miami to The Caribbean, Norwegian Escape’s debut in Port Canaveral, and Norwegian Epic’s return to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Have you heard? Norwegian Cruise Line has just announced the entertainment lineup for Norwegian Encore. This brand-new ship is designed to make every moment worth repeating. And with a bigger and better race track, a cutting-edge virtual world and the largest open-air laser tag at sea, there’s a ton of thrills you’ll want to experience again and again. But it’s the exhilarating Broadway entertainment that will have you on your feet and saying “Bravo!” over and over. This is truly the greatest entertainment at sea.
Are you ready to take cruising to the next level? Norwegian Cruise Line just announced the new, totally thrilling activities that will premiere on board Norwegian Encore – and they’re all amazing! The state-of-the-art Norwegian Encore is designed to make every moment worth repeating. And these exhilarating activities do not disappoint. You’ll want to experience them again and again.
As the calendar year begins to wrap up, some of us at Norwegian have been reminiscing about the trailblazing year we’ve enjoyed. This was the year we welcomed Norwegian Bliss to the fleet, with the largest race track at sea. It was also the year we announced a brand new cruise terminal at PortMiami, and the first time a ship became one of Time’s “Word’s Greatest Places.” Of course, these are just a few of Norwegian’s trend-setting moments.
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 holiday 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.