After celebrating more than 50% sales growth in the first eight months of the year, compared to the same period last year, Norwegian Cruise Line turns its attention to the new 3,800-passenger Norwegian Bliss transatlantic his debut in May performing 7-night scripts between Seattle and Alaska.
According to Stella Farina, director of Norwegian Cruise Line the new transatlantic is a differentiated product. “It is a ship that has a kart track, 26 restaurants and with lots of space between areas, besides the comfort and the quality of the big transatlantic boats. The demand has been very good but reservations can still be made. ” The executive recalls that the ship after Alaska will make routes in the Caribbean.
Source: Market & Events