Norwegian Cruise Line Celebrates Norwegian Joy Christening In Shanghai

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has christened its new custom-designed ship for the Chinese cruise market, Norwegian Joy.   In a lavish ceremony held onboard while she was docked in Shanghai, invited guests and members of the media were treated to a phoenix-themed performance by renowned dancer and choreographer Wang Yabin that pays homage to the ship’s … Continue reading

Norwegian Cruise Line Unveils Features For Norwegian Joy

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has revealed the features and facilities for its upcoming China-bound ship, the 3,900-passenger Norwegian Joy. Currently under construction at Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany, the vessel is designed specifically for the Chinese market and will incorporate several new-to-brand and groundbreaking innovations when she sets sail from Shanghai and Tianjin in summer … Continue reading

Norwegian Escape Christened In Miami

Norwegian Cruise Line has christened the new Norwegian Escape – its largest ship and the first of the Breakaway Plus Class. Held pier-side at Port Miami, company Chief Executive Officer Frank Del Rio joined invited guests, executives and passengers to commemorate the event showcasing the varied entertainment options it is known for.   In addition to … Continue reading

Norwegian Getaway Christened In Miami

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) celebrated the arrival of its newest cruise ship, Norwegian Getaway, in style with a star-studded christening ceremony in her homeport city of Miami. Brooke Burke-Charvet from television’s “Dancing with the Stars” hosted the festivities that featured Latin Grammy award winner Nestor Torres and international music superstar Pitbull. A bevy of Miami Dolphin … Continue reading

Anthem Of The Seas To Debut In Southampton

Royal Caribbean International has confirmed that its second Quantum-class ship, Anthem of the Seas, will cruise her inaugural season from Southampton when she debuts in spring 2015.   The announcement will be popular with cruisers based in the region and boost Southampton’s cruise offerings. Replacing the Independence of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International expects more than … Continue reading