Norwegian Cruise Line debuts hull artwork for new ship

Rendering of Norwegian Bliss featuring the new hull artwork (Courtesy of Norwegian Cruise Line)
Rendering of Norwegian Bliss featuring the new hull artwork (Courtesy of Norwegian Cruise Line)

Yesterday I posted about the Royal Princess’s new hull design. Today I want to share the artwork designed for Norwegian Cruise Line’s upcoming new ship, the Norwegian Bliss.

The artwork is created by marine life artist Wyland and is called “Cruising with the Whales”. The image shows a humpback whale and her calf with other ocean life. The new ship will debut in June 2018 and sail Alaska itineraries.

Norwegian Cruise Line’s president and CEO, Andy Stuart, said “Humpback whales are an iconic part of the Alaska landscape and one of the most compelling sights visitors can see while cruising the Last Frontier,” said Stuart. “It was only fitting that an artist of Wyland’s caliber should create the artwork for our first ship designed for Alaska, which includes humpback whales and other signature marine life found in the world’s oceans. We hope that our guests are just as inspired as we are by this beautiful artwork.”

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