Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest cruise ship, the 167,800 gross tonne Norwegian Bliss set sail from Southampton on 21 April 2018 on its maiden voyage.
The 13-night cruise visits the Azores and Halifax, Nova Scotia before ending in New York on 03 May 2018.
The ship which was constructed at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany has been purpose-built for cruises in Alaska. It will spend its first summer offering seven-night cruises from its homeport of Seattle. During the winter months the ship will reposition to Miami, where it will offer seven-night cruises around the Caribbean.
The ship boasts a huge array of innovative passenger amenities, including various bars and restaurants, a laser tag court, waterslides and a two-deck go-kart track. Norwegian Bliss also offer a new cabin category for solo travellers, with 82 inside staterooms featuring virtual ocean views. The Haven is twice as large as the one on Norwegian Escape, with a total of 80 suites.
At the bow is a 20,000 square-foot Observation Lounge which will offer amazing 180-degree views, perfect for when cruising in Alaska. The hull art on Norwegian Bliss was designed by world renowned marine artist, Wyland.