Norwegian Bliss keel laying

NORWEGIAN Cruise Line and Meyer Werft yesterday held a ceremony to mark the keel laying of Norwegian Bliss in Papenburg. During the ceremony in Germany, a keel block was lifted into the building hall. Bliss is due for delivery in Apr 2018 and will be custom built with features and amenities for Alaskan cruise itineraries. Andy Stuart, president and ceo of NCL laid a 'lucky coin' during the ceremony and said the line's 16th ship was their most innovative vessel to date. "We have seen overwhelming anticipation and excitement from our ...
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