Family vacations are not one-size-fits-all. Sometimes, the whole group doesn’t want to do the same thing. While you see yourself spending the week off sleeping in, sipping drinks by the pool, and squeezing in some self-care time at the spa, the kids are itching to run around and wondering what’s next. Luckily, you don’t have compromise. Cruising on the Norwegian Bliss is the perfect solution.
Making her inaugural sail this summer, the Norwegian Bliss offers a lot of great options for the whole family to enjoy together or separately. In need of a family-friendly thrill? Make your way over to Aqua Park! Get your adrenaline racing with their multistory waterslides or the Ocean loops, a double loop slide over the side of the ship. Looking for something just as fun but drier? Check out the race track – a two-level competitive track exclusive to the Bliss. Hurry over, last one’s a rotten egg!
Seeking a moment, or two, of oasis? Schedule time at the Mandara Spa. Relax with a Swedish massage, pamper yourself with a facial, and recharge in the Salt Room, a salt crystal grotto that will help soothe your mind and body. While you’re relishing in me-time, the kids are busy burning off energy and exploring their creative side at the Splash Academy or Entourage, a complimentary youth program for kids 3-12 and 13-17, respectively.
Amazing Family Promotions
With NCL, you can select free offers that fit your family best! Want free drinks, free shore excursions or kids sail free? With Free Unlimited Open Bar, Mom and Dad can enjoy guilt-free Mai Tais while sunbathing on the pool deck. Pick the Free Shore Excursion credit and the whole family can explore what the port city has to offer. For the budget-conscious family, you can’t wrong with the Friends & Family Sail Free option – your third and fourth guests sail free. The days of compromising fun for the sake of saving money are now long gone.
Oh, and we almost forgot to mention – NCL won the 2017 Travel Weekly Reader’s Choice Award for Best in Cruise Lines: Family Experience. So, you could say they know a thing or two about family travel.