New Norwegian Ship To Boast Two 180-Degree Viewpoints
We’re getting our first look at some of the features that Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Bliss will have when she makes her debut next year in Alaska and, later, in the Caribbean from Miami – and there’s a lot to like.
First and foremost, Norwegian is bringing the Observation Lounge concept back in a big way with not one, but two, 180-degree, forward-facing Observation Lounges that will be extremely popular on the ship’s runs to Alaska from Seattle.
Each of the ship’s 4,000 guests will be able to make use of the 20,000-square foot Observation Lounge perched high atop Deck 15. Situated at the front of the ship, this Observation Lounge will feature 180-degrees of floor-to-ceiling windows for unparalleled views of Alaska and the Caribbean. Plush seating will be located throughout the lounge, which will be anchored by a central bar area constructed from aluminum and polished quartz.
Guests who book suites in The Haven, Norwegian’s luxury ship within a mainstream ship concept, will be treated to their own exclusive Observation Lounge: a spectacular venue spanning two decks in height that features oversized canopy windows and is actually vaguely reminiscent of the great lounges that Celebrity Cruises debuted aboard its former Galaxy and Mercury.
Observation Lounges are a feature that has been disappearing from many newbuilds as of late, though its worth noting that most Norwegian ships (specifically, the Jewel Class ships and the Norwegian Sky and Norwegian Sun) already come with some of the best observation
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