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Norwegian Cruise Line’s Newest Ship to Begin Winter Season from Miami

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Norwegian Bliss Winter Season from Miami

The newest Norwegian cruise ship is on her way to PortMiami to begin a new winter season offering Eastern Caribbean cruises. The Breakaway-plus class vessel has completed her inaugural season on the U.S. west coast.

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The ship was sailing cruises to Alaska based out of Seattle, Washington and sailing the Mexican Riviera from Los Angeles, California. Norwegian Bliss also had cruises traversing through the Panama Canal from both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.

Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line, said:

“Norwegian Bliss’s inaugural season surpassed anything we could have imagined, with guests and travel partners alike championing her innovation and beauty,”

“Miami has long been home to Norwegian Cruise Line, and we are especially excited to bring Norwegian Bliss, our latest ship, and one of our most innovative vessels, to the East Coast for a winter of Caribbean cruising.”

Starting on November 17, 2018 which is when the ship arrives in Miami, Florida she will offer week-long eastern Caribbean cruises. Norwegian Bliss will call at St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands; Tortola, British Virgin Islands; and Nassau, Bahamas through Mar. 30, 2019.

Norwegian Bliss, Miami
Photo By: Norwegian Cruise Line

In April, she’ll cross the Panama Canal, returning to Los Angeles for select sailings to the Mexican Riviera before moving to Seattle to meet her sister ship, Norwegian Joy, who will make her U.S. debut on Apr. 25, 2019.

Norwegian Bliss made her U.S. debut on May 3 in New York. The ship is 168,000 gross tons making her in the top 10 largest cruise ships int he world. She has a guest capacity of 4,000 at double occupancy.

Norwegian Bliss, Miami

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