Top 10 Features Onboard Norwegian Bliss

Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest cruise ship, Norwegian Bliss, offers many incredible features for guests to enjoy. Building on other successful ships in the Breakaway Plus class, Norwegian Bliss takes the onboard experience to a new level while she cruises the summer in Alaska, Mexican Riviera in the Spring and Fall and Bahamas and Caribbean in the Winter. Here’s our picks for the Top 10 Features onboard Norwegian Bliss. Race Track If you feel the need for speed while on your cruise vacation, the two-level race tack (exclusive to Norwegian Cruise…

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NCL Orders Two Additional Project Leonardo Class Cruise Ships

Norwegian Cruise Lines has confirmed the orders for two additional Project Leonardo Class ships making them the 5th and 6th in the next generation for the cruise line with delivery scheduled for 2026 and 2027. Frank Del Rio, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd said: At 140,000 gross tons and accommodating approximately 3,300 guests, this next generation class of ships will build upon the highly successful offering of freedom and flexibility found across Norwegian Cruise Line’s fleet, including the most recent Breakaway Plus Class ships,…

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Norwegian Bliss Makes her U.S. Debut in the Big Apple

Norwegian Bliss

Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest addition to their fleet, Norwegian Bliss, arrived in New York City to kick off a series of inaugural stops during a month-long celebration. The ship will also visit Miami, Los Angeles and end in Seattle where she will home-port for the summer with sailings to Alaska. The official christening of Norwegian Bliss will be held in Seattle on May 30. On hand for the festivities in New York, were Norwegian Bliss’ Godfather, Elvis Duran and the cast from the Z100 morning show who broadcasted live from…

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Norwegian Cruise Line Officially Welcomes Norwegian Bliss

The latest cruise ship from Norwegian Cruise was officially delivered to the line today from the Meyer Werft shipyard in Bremerhaven, Germany. In attendance at the handover ceremony, were executives from Norwegian Cruise Line, including Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer, Harry Sommer, executive vice president of international business development, Robin Lindsay, executive vice president of vessel operations for the 16-ship fleet, representatives from Meyer Werft including Bernard and Tim Meyer, managing partners of the German-based shipyard, and the ship’s captain and hotel director. The Norwegian Bliss will sail…

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Norwegian Bliss Floated out of Dry Dock

Norwegian Bliss Float Out

Norwegian Bliss, the next cruise ship from Norwegian Cruise Line emerged from her dry dock within the assembly building at the Meyer Werft ship yard in Papenburg, Germany. The ship will remain in the shipyard during the fitting out process, the final stage in the ship’s construction. The construction of the Norwegian Bliss began in October 2016 with the traditional steel cutting ceremony launching the 12th Norwegian Cruise Line ship to be built at the Meyer Werft shipyard.  It is the third ship in the Breakaway Plus class, measuring 1,082…

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