Construction of a brand new dedicated cruise terminal for Norwegian Cruise Line at PortMiami started on 01 May 2018.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held just days earlier on 26 April 2018, with senior executive from Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. present.
Norwegian Bliss was officially delivered to Norwegian Cruise Line on 19 April 2018 in Bremerhaven, Germany, when ship was handed over to the cruise line from the Meyer Werft shipyard.
The new 167,800 gross tonne cruise ship, which is the third Breakaway-Plus class ship, is the sixteenth ship in the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet.
Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest and largest cruise ship yet Norwegian Bliss, has left the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany as its slowly made its way to Eemshaven, Netherlands along the Ems River.
Norwegian Bliss left the shipyard stern first on the night of 13 March 2018. The 1698,028 gross tonne ship was very carefully manoeuvred along the Ems River towards the North Sea. The team on board responsible for the navigation of Norwegian Bliss included a experienced Ems River pilots, navigation offers, the yard captain and local waterway authorities.
Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest cruise ship, the 167,800 gross tonne Norwegian Bliss was floated out at the Meyer-Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany on 17 February 2018.
Norwegian Bliss is the third of four ships in Norwegian Cruise Line’s Breakaway Plus class of ships and is due to enter service in April 2018.
Norwegian Cruise Line has announced that its next new ship, the fourth Breakaway-Plus Class ship, will be named Norwegian Encore.
The name of the new ship was revealed on 31 January 2018 at the steel cutting, which took place at the Meyer-Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
Norwegian Bliss is to feature the largest race track at sea, original new dining concepts, heart-racing waterslides that round the side of the ship and much more!
Norwegian Bliss is the cruise line’s sixteenth ship, which has been designed for the ultimate cruising experience and will sail to Alaska and the Caribbean with select voyages to the Mexican Riviera beginning in June 2018.
Norwegian Cruise Line has taken delivery of its latest new cruise ship, Norwegian Joy. The ship was delivered to the cruise line from Meyer Werft at a ceremony in Bremerhaven, Germany on 27 April 2017.
The 167,800 gross tonne Norwegian Joy is the latest ship in Norwegian Cruise Line’s Breakaway Plus class of cruise ships and has been specifically designed to cruise China and Asia.
Norwegian Cruise Line has partnered with Scuderia Ferrari Watches on the first-ever racetrack at sea, debuting on their newest cruise ship designed for China, Norwegian Joy, launching in summer 2017.
Norwegian Cruise Line announced a partnership with Scuderia Ferrari Watches as a part of the entertainment and activities on board Norwegian Joy, its soon to-be-unveiled 3,850 passenger vessel. Norwegian Joy will be Norwegian Cruise Line's first purpose-built ship for the Chinese market, designed to deliver on the promise that guests will enjoy 'First Class at Sea' experiences. Norwegian Joy will home port in Shanghai and Tianjin, following a grand inaugural port tour leading up to a christening ceremony on June 27, led by her Godfather, 'King of Chinese Pop' Wang Leehom.
Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest new build cruise ship, the 167,800 gross tonne Norwegian Joy, has completed its conveyance on the Ems River, having recently left the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
Norwegian Joy is the first ship in the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet to have been specifically designed for the Chinese cruise market. The ship's striking hull art has been created by renowned Chinese artist, Tan Ping.
Norwegian Cruise Line has unveiled renderings of its new class of cruise ships. In February 2017 the cruise line announced plans to construct four new ships at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy.
The new ships are being referred to as Project Leonardo. Norwegian Cruise Line have ordered four of the new 140,000 gross tonne cruise ships, due to launch in 2022, 2023, 2024 and 2025.