Norwegian Cruise Line on Friday, March 29, celebrated the end of the Caribbean inaugural season of Norwegian Bliss as well as her return to the West Coast for a summer of Alaska and Mexican Riviera cruising beginning on April 14.
Departing today for the West Coast, Bliss will cross the Panama Canal, sailing back to Los Angeles for Mexican Riviera voyages throughout April prior to joining sistership Norwegian Joy in Seattle for Alaska summer cruising. Both ships are the biggest to homeport on the West Coast.
Norwegian Bliss holds a number of world records on the West Coast, such as being the largest ship to be named in Seattle, homeport in LA, call to San Francisco and Vancouver, as well as traverse the new Panama Canal locks from both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
In November, NCL Bliss ship is due to return to the East Coast for a winter season of Caribbean voyages from New York through early 2020.