One common feature that almost every cruise ship shares is the ocean view you’ll savor from the top deck. After all, it’s the highest vantage point to take in a 360-degree perspective of nature’s greatest wonders while cruising. But that is where the similarities end and possibilities begin. Because on Norwegian Cruise Line, the top deck has been lavishly appointed and strategically designed to include some of the ship’s favorite features that fully integrate the best activities and entertainment with postcard-worthy scenery.
If you’re like most of us in the workaday world, the reality is that you have a limited amount of vacation days allotted per year. Which is why Norwegian Cruise Line has created the perfect solution: a three-day Bahamas cruise that will satisfy the most intrepid global traveler, as well as a perfect introduction for a novice sailor. You never need to make a ho-hum staycation out of a long weekend off from work again.
Watch the time lapse video of Norwegian Bliss as she is waterborne for the first time at Meyer Werft.
If you are a creature of habit, chances are that when you sail aboard a Norwegian Cruise Line ship, you’ll settle into your own unique vacation rhythm within a day or so, discovering your favorite places, or sometimes following the crowd to favorite places on board. You are bound to discover your favorite spots and rhythms, but here are some suggestions to include upon your treasure map.
If you believe that cruises are stuffy, formal vacations for wealthy travelers, then you are in for a surprise. Today's cruise ships are not anything like you might expect. Cruising involves much more than just shuffleboard and ballroom dancing. From onboard eateries that give you a taste of culture and food from all over the world to the hippest speakeasy at sea, there are plenty of things for the younger generation onboard a cruise ship.
Right on the heels of its Norwegian Bliss New York announcement, Norwegian Cruise Line has just unveiled cruise itineraries for fall and winter 2019/2020. This new release comes with news of Norwegian Bliss sailing the Bahamas, Southern, and Western Caribbean, Norwegian Getaway cruising from New Orleans, and Norwegian Epic homeporting from the island of Puerto Rico for a full cruise season. Norwegian Escape will also return to the city of her christening, Miami. There’s lots of excitement to look forward to – and many vacations to be planned! These new itineraries open for sale tomorrow, January 17th for returning guests and Thursday, January 18th for the general public.
Read on for a full list of sailings for Norwegian Cruise Line’s fall and winter 2019/2020 cruise season.
Norwegian Bliss is coming to New York! Norwegian Cruise Line President and CEO Andy Stuart announced to Bliss Godfather Elvis Duran on his Morning Show that Norwegian Bliss will sail in New York beginning November 2019. She will be the largest ship sailing from New York, boasting over 167,000 gross tonnages and capacity for over 4,000 guests.
Everyone loves to take a cruise, for any occasion. Whether it’s a birthday celebration, an anniversary, or just a regular getaway with friends, cruising is one of the most exciting adventures one can embark on. If you are looking to have some extra flair on your next vacation, why not consider a theme cruise? Norwegian Cruise Lines offers lots of different options to ramp up your excitement at sea. If you are a fan of music festivals, or a fan of television, you are sure to love the many themed cruising options they have available.
Whether you’re a first-time cruiser or an experienced traveler, here is some advice that’s always a helpful reminder: Try something – anything – new every day of your cruise. Granted, such a suggestion is easy to indulge because you’re likely to explore a different port city every day. However, I find that when it comes to food, we tend to stick to the first onboard dining experience we like, rather than explore our way through Norwegian’s diverse culinary selections