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.
Whether you’re new to cruising or a Latitudes Rewards Member, Norwegian’s cruise ships have something for everyone. But if you’ve yet to experience the top features on Norwegian’s newest ships, you’re in for a real treat. Let’s explore some of Norwegian’s newest ships and their amazing and unique features, shall we?
Whether you’re turning 21 or 71, a cruise vacation is a great way to celebrate your birthday. Particularly on board Norwegian Bliss! This ship is the largest and newest of Norwegian's fleet. With more than 16 restaurants and bars, exciting activities like galactic laser tag, and award-winning musicals, there is something for everyone on board.
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.
Are adrenaline-fueled activities like rock climbing and surfing your thing? Do you live for the next thrill? If so, then a cruise is probably not what you have in mind for your vacation — however, it should be at the top of your list! If you think cruises are nothing more than just sitting around the pool all day, then you’ll be surprised when you hear about these unusual things to try on your next cruise vacation with Norwegian.
If you’ve cruised with Norwegian, you already know there are plenty of onboard activities to enjoy on sea days; boredom is not in Norwegian’s vocabulary. Excitement always comes with docking at your cruise ports of call, but just as much fun and adventure await you on your days at sea. When you have the entire day to explore your cruise ship, start with some of these fun, relaxing, or exciting things to do.
Wondering what a cruise ship art auction is all about? First: it’s exhilarating, exciting and educational, even if you don't know a thing about art. Second: it’s about learning to appreciate the finer things in life, which can include surprisingly affordable art - the ultimate of all vacation souvenirs! Imagine hanging a Thomas Kinkade in your living room or a colorful Peter Max at your office. Wow, what a great cruise memory you’ll be able to enjoy every day! Third: Did I mention there’s free champagne?
If you’ve cruised with Norwegian, you know the cruise line offers plenty of opportunities to vacation your way. Part of that service comes with even more perks if you sail in The Haven and Suites. In my previous article, I told you what it’s like before you cruise, when you check in, and what you can expect in your stateroom. Now, let’s take a look at what it’s like to enjoy Butler and Concierge Service onboard Norwegian Cruise Line ships.
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.
What makes sailing Norwegian’s Suites and The Haven so sweet? In a word: EVERYTHING! In a world where every cruise line offers special perks for their suite guests, no other cruise line even comes close to the comprehensive offerings on Norwegian. If you’re looking to enjoy pampering and perks on your next cruise vacation, they’ve got that and so much more. From the moment you arrive at your embarkation port, until you’re departing on disembarkation day, you’ll discover a level of service and benefits that make your cruise vacation stress-free, and that truly puts the “sweet” in suite living!
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 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.