We get a first look at Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship to the Alaska market, Norwegian Joy. This was the very first passenger sailing in North America and we covered a lot of ground.
With 18 dining options, go-karts, laser tag, a virtual reality gaming complex; Footloose, the musical, and other shows – it was a very packed sailing.
Norwegian Joy is the sister ship to Norwegian Bliss (launched in 2018). Many people don’t know that Joy was launched first in 2017, but was purpose-built for the Chinese market.
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