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Cruise Critic's video coverage of Norwegian Bliss.

Updated January 8, 2020

Go-Kart Racing Track on Norwegian Bliss

Norwegian Bliss has a 1,000-foot-long electric Go-Kart track. With speeds of up to 30 miles per hour, cruisers can zip around the twisty turns of the racetrack.


4 Types of Cruisers Who Would Love Norwegian Bliss

With 18 dining venues, 15 bars and lounges and a handful of options for daytime fun and nighttime entertainment, Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship appeals to a variety of tastes.


Here’s Why You Should Be Excited About Norwegian Bliss

We break down all the exciting features coming to Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship.


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