Water Parks and Sports Decks: Newer ships offer everything from colorful waterslides to trampolines and even ropes courses with daredevil tight wire walks that jut out over the water.
Studio Cabins: The latest ships also offer cabins designed for cruisers who are traveling alone, complete with a shared lounge area. The design on these is bright and playful, with plenty of opportunity to meet up with other travelers who are cruising alone for when you want, say, company to join you for dinner.
Specialty Restaurants Just Keep Getting Better: On the line's newest ship, Norwegian Escape, some new restaurant concepts top the line's bests. Food Republic, for example, serves up fusion comfort food from around the world, such as pastrami and sauerkraut dumplings and buffalo fried shrimp sushi rolls.
Bars Keep Getting Better Too: While we love the line's ice bars (complete with frigid temps and loaner gloves and capes) the District Brew House is our new line favorite. This cool bar offers an impressively long list of craft beers from Miami’s Wynwood Brewing Company. It is, without a doubt, the best bar at sea for beer lovers. With a couple dozen taps, and more than twice as many choices in bottles, it's tempting to order drinks and snacks, and settle into the fun atmosphere (tabletop beer pong, live bands, a photo booth) for the night.