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’s Meet the Winemaker cruises are returning for a third season now through February 2019. The special series invites guests sailing on select Norwegian Bliss, Norwegian Escape, and Norwegian Dawn itineraries to participate in private wine dinners and tastings, seminars, and meet-and-greets with experts in the winemaking industry, including Salvatore Ferragamo, Dina Mondavi, and celebrity chef Aarón Sánchez.
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.
Exciting enhancements are coming to Norwegian’s 2019 and 2020 cruise itineraries. Norwegian Cruise Line announced today that Norwegian Joy will cruise Alaska in summer 2019, Norwegian Pearl will sail to Europe in summer 2019, and Norwegian Jade and Jewel will expand Norwegian’s presence in Australia and Asia in winter 2019/2020. Additionally, Norwegian Spirit will undergo an extensive bow-to-stern revitalization as part of The Norwegian Edge® program before sailing seasonally in China beginning summer 2020.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH), (together with NCL Corporation Ltd., "Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings", "Norwegian" or the "Company") today announced it confirmed its previously announced options for the fifth and sixth Project Leonardo Class ships with Fincantieri S.p.A. for Norwegian Cruise Line for delivery in 2026 and 2027.
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.
Norwegian Bliss, the newest ship in the fleet for Norwegian Cruise Line, made her U.S. debut in New York City on May 3rd, marking the first stop on her inaugural tour. This marks the beginning of a month-long inaugural celebration with stops in Miami, Los Angeles, and Seattle, where she will be christened on May 30th.
Cruise fans rejoice! Norwegian Bliss is officially part of the Norwegian Cruise Line family! The 18-month long building process concluded on the morning of April 19th when Norwegian Cruise Line took delivery of the sixteenth ship in the fleet from Meyer Werft during a ceremony in Bremerhaven, Germany.
Norwegian Cruise Line has just unveiled its plans for onboard entertainment for Norwegian Bliss. With an open-air laser tag course, two multi-story waterslides, and a two-level electric race track, there’s no shortage of fun to be had on board Norwegian’s newest ship. Add Broadway-caliber productions and sizzling theme nights and you’re looking at unparalleled entertainment at sea.
Cruising from Miami is about to become even more stylish. Norwegian Cruise Line has announced plans for a new and exclusive terminal at PortMiami slated for completion by fall 2019, just in time to welcome Norwegian Encore to her homeport where she will offer seasonal cruises to The Caribbean. The project will begin May 2018.
Watch the time lapse video of Norwegian Bliss as she is waterborne for the first time at Meyer Werft.