Bekerjasama dengan : Aida Cruises, Costa, Grand Circle Cruise Line, P& Cruises, Princess Cruises, Star Cruises. Those looking to dance the night away aboard Norwegian Jade can now do so in the chic new Bliss Ultra Lounge on deck seven, which has the feel of an upscale Miami nightclub and features a cool colour palette of silvers, greys and black. Guests who wish to indulge in an exotic cocktail can enjoy their favourite mojito, or opt for a flight and try them all, at the new Sugarcane Mojito Bar on deck 13 adjacent to Moderno Churrascaria, a Norwegian fan favourite since the concept debuted on Norwegian Getaway in 2014. Sugarcane features, new granite bar fronts, as well as new furnishings and finishes. Norwegian Jade’s Spinnaker Lounge also received a complete redesign of the entire space to include new flooring and window treatments, decorative chandeliers, reupholstered seating and refurbished bars with contemporary mosaic tiling and LED lighting.
Norwegian Cruise Line will take its award-winning entertainment programming to the next level aboard Norwegian Bliss, bringing the best of Broadway to sea, with the 2006 Tony Award® winner for Best Musical,” Jersey Boys, and a completely new and original show created by Tony Award®-winning director and choreographer Warren Carlyle, headlining on the ship’s main stage, the Bliss Theater. Norwegian Bliss will also feature a new theatrical cocktail hour experience, Happy Hour Prohibition-The Musical. Alibi, the ship’s reimagined comedy club and nightlife venue will feature two comedy performances six nights a week. Rock and roll will take center stage at The Cavern Club, an outpost of the legendary Liverpool club where the Beatles’ performed frequently in the 1960s, with nightly live performances and a Beatles cover band singing hits like Penny Lane,” Yellow Submarine,” and more.
Guest Tagalongs also will take center stage in the social gaming experience Tagalong Sprint, which pits guests’ digital companions in a fast and fun race across the ocean floor. Guests will tap their personal Compass devices to see who can speed across the finish line first in this rhythm-based group game played on massive digital displays found onboard Medallion Class ships.
Some kids may not cotton to the youth program, but unless the parents have given specific permission or they meet an age requirement, children may not leave without a parent in attendance to sign them out. Several cruise lines want kids to be 13 years old before they can leave on their own, but if the parents have given their approval at the start of the cruise, children as young as 6 can check themselves out of some programs. The minimum age and the rules for parental consent vary by cruise line.
Although all the major lines have youth programs, not all cruises are created equal, especially for parents, whose needs are frequently defined by their children. Some cruise lines do a better job catering to toddlers while others seem to prefer working with young ‘uns that have a bit more seasoning. Each cruise line has a different set of services, policies and requirements that govern its youth programs. Here are some of the key considerations parents might want to consider.