Norwegian Bliss Cruise Ship Profile

Ship Features, Itinerary, News, Photos, Review, Accommodations, Notable Rooms, Dining Venues, Kid's Areas, Deck Plan, Outdoor Spaces, Smoking Sections



CDC Ratings

Sanitation Report

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2019 Rating 94 (Feb)

The Center For Disease Control (CDC) performs unannounced inspections, which are conducted twice a year and required for any cruise ship with an international itinerary calling at a U.S. port. Vessels are evaluated proper food handling, preparation and storage procedures, and overall galley cleanliness. Ships’ potable water supplies used in spas and pools are evaluated, as well.

Deck Plan

Deck 19


Deck 18


Deck 17


Deck 16


Deck 15


Deck 14


Deck 13


Deck 12


Deck 11


Deck 10


Deck 9


Deck 8


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Deck 6


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Outdoor Features



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Kid's Crew Ages 2 - 12

Kid's Crew  Ages 2-9

The Kid's area includes a space-themed play area, air hockey table, an interactive light up dance floor, Wii" gaming areas, an arts and crafts area, along with a state-of-the-art surround sound cinema.

Kid's Crew Ages 10-12

The Tween Zone has a futuristic feel that includes multiple Wii(TM) and PlayStation® areas, along with a private karaoke performance stage which doubles as a cinema.

Entourage for Teens

Kid's 13-17


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Adults Only Areas


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Norwegian Bliss


Sister ship Norwegian Escape

Sister ship: Norwegian Escape alongside in Tortola, BVI
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Ship Class: Breakaway +

Launched: 2018


GRT: 163,000

Speed: 22 Knots

Passengers: 4,200

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 Stand Out Features



All the amenities and comforts of NCL's Freestyle 2.0 enhancements are included with upgraded bedding, linens and towels, Euro pillows, Elemis bathroom products and MP3 connectivity upon request. Balcony and deluxe staterooms have bathrobes, a customized fruit menu, a fresh-baked cookie at turn down on the last night of cruise, an escort to the stateroom on embarkation day, priority restaurant reservation and reception hotlines and special color keycard for ship-wide recognition.

Stateroom sizes

Studio 100 Sq. ft.
Balcony 203-302 Sq. ft. w/veranda
Mini-Suite 283-301 Sq. ft. w/veranda
Suite 365-1440 Sq. ft. w/veranda
Haven 322-852 Sq. ft. w/veranda

The Studios

A first in design for the cruise industry, these ultra-modern staterooms maximize space and feature a large, round window that looks out into the corridor, along with customizable color changing light effects that mirror different stages of the day or the guest's mood, including a love setting for those romantic nights at sea. The Studios occupy two decks and have exclusive key-card access to the Living Room, a two-story shared private lounge. The area is a two-floor lounge which features a concierge, bar, room service, two large TV screens, and comfy seating for hanging out, reading a book or just enjoying a cocktail before dinner. Located on Decks 11 and 12.


560 Inside staterooms, with contemporary décor and open living space, including a bathroom that is completely unique with a separate shower stall, water closet and a modern vanity top sink; located on Decks 8 through 14.


These staterooms have two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a pull out sofa to accommodate one more. Includes a sitting area, floor-to-ceiling glass doors and a private balcony with an amazing view. The room comes with a separate bathroom. A family balcony includes additional bedding for two more or a sofa bed. Family balcony have curved walls and separated shower and vanity sink.

Spa Staterooms

Located on Deck 14, a total of 39 spa suites, deluxe balcony and balcony staterooms have private key-card entry to the enclave surrounding Norwegian Epic's ultra-luxurious thermal suite and fitness center. For an added indulgence, eight spa suites each feature an in-room whirlpool.

Deluxe Balcony Staterooms

98 Deluxe Balcony staterooms featuring NCL's signature New Wave design, with contemporary curved architecture and open living space. The curved walls and ceilings maximize the living space with a bathroom that is completely unique with a separate shower stall, separate water closet and a modern vanity top sink.

Family Staterooms

225 Family Deluxe Balcony and 146 Family Balcony staterooms, with triple and quad occupancies, are located on two decks (13 and 14) within close proximity to the expanded Kids Crew. These staterooms feature Norwegian's signature New Wave design with contemporary curved architecture and open living space. The curved walls and ceilings maximize the living space with a bathroom that is completely unique with a separate shower stall, separate water closet and a modern vanity top sink.  Many of the family staterooms can connect, perfect for families and multigenerational groups.

The Haven Villas and Suites

A total of 60 Courtyard Villas, Penthouse Suites and Deluxe Owner's Suites on two private decks high atop the ship on Decks 16 and 17. All have exclusive access to a private pool, two whirlpools, saunas, sun deck, fitness facility, private indoor/outdoor dining, bar and concierge lounge. There are 46 of NCL's signature Courtyard Villas featuring two bedrooms and two bathrooms of ultimate luxury. Six Courtyard Penthouses include a bedroom with separate living and dining area. Eight Deluxe Owner's Suites feature all-around floor to ceiling windows, bedroom and separate living and dining area. There are also seven Penthouse Suites located in other areas of the ship.

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Dining Venues

$= Specialty restaurant. Surcharge applies.

Ultimate Dining Package ($)

On three to six day voyages, guests can dine anywhere throughout their cruise at a set price of $59 per person; for seven-day voyages, the package is $119 per person; $149 per person on eight to 10 day cruises; $199 per person for cruises of 10 to 15 days; $259 per person during cruises of 16 days to 25 days; $299 per person during cruises of 26 days to 35 days and $349 per person during cruises of 36 days to 45 days.

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Notable Features

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