The latest addition to the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet, Norwegian Bliss enters service in April 2018. Measuring 1,082 feet in length, Norwegian Bliss is part of the Breakaway Plus class, and will carry 4,004 passengers, attended to by a crew of 1,716.
Early voyages on Norwegian Bliss include a 12-night transatlantic crossing from Southampton, England, to New York City, and a 15-night Central American voyage that passes through the Panama Canal, the historic colonial city of Cartagena, Colombia, and the natural splendor of Puntarenas, Costa Rica. Shore excursions on Caribbean and Alaska itineraries include snorkeling at Turtle Cove in St. Thomas and dog-sledding in The Last Frontier.
Onboard Norwegian Bliss, passengers can look forward to some truly thrilling attractions. The two-level electric Go-Kart track, at 1,000 feet long, will be the largest at sea, and two water slides delight thrill seekers. An open-air laser tag course is the perfect way for groups to get active during sea days. As is standard on Norwegian Cruise Lines, children and teens will be well catered for, with activities on offer to suit youngsters from 6 months to 17 years.
Norwegian Bliss offers 454 inside cabins, 109 outside cabins, and 384 suites. A number of connected cabins are available for large family groups. It is the first ship in the Norwegian Cruise Line to liven up single cabins with virtual ocean views. 82 cabins are designed specifically for solo travelers, and they will have their own exclusive lounge. Passengers staying in suites will have access to the private Haven area, complete with butler service and exclusive sundeck, for a truly relaxing cruise.