Norwegian Bliss isn’t a new class of ship, but it feels like one.
A lot of that has to do with the go-carts racing around the top deck track — the signature attraction on the 167,800-ton vessel, the third ship in Norwegian Cruise Line’s Breakaway Plus class.
While Norwegian Bliss made a pit stop in Miami in May on its way to a summer of Alaska sailings, the ship will make Miami home again in November. In preparation for its return for a season of Caribbean sailings, here are 10 things that set it apart.
1. The go-carts
This is actually the second ship on which Norwegian provided a go-cart track, but the first, Norwegian Joy, spends all its time halfway around the...