Ship With Go-Kart Track Might Actually Convince us to go on a Cruise

Ship With Go-Kart Track Might Actually Convince us to go on a Cruise

0 comments 📅22 August 2017, 07:45

We’ll ethical come right out and say it: we don’t really like cruise ships.

That’s not to say we take issue with travel liners, but we don’t really enjoy going on them. There’s something about being ferried roughly and having your destinations picked for you that doesn’t really appeal to us, but you unbiased might be able to convince us to go on the new Norwegian Bliss ship that is currently being built by Florida’s Norwegian Cruise Edging.

Our interest in Norwegian Bliss stems from the fact that it will idiosyncrasy a huge go-kart track that spans two of the massive ship’s upper decks. The trail is the first of its kind for any North American ship and will be joined by other thesis park-like attractions such as a laser tag course, a water park, two pools and six infinity hot tubs. If you’re upset that the go karts may smell up the outside areas of the cruise ship with the reek of burning fuel then not to worry – they’re electric!

“We have elevated Norwegian Joyousness’s onboard experience to new heights,” Norwegian Cruise Line said in a statement. “bringing the unsurpassed features from across our fleet plus exciting new first-at-sea activities like the largest dog-races track and new dining concepts to create the ultimate cruising experience.”

Surprisingly, Norwegian Joyousness isn’t the first of its cruise liners to feature a go-kart track. Its Norwegian Joy liner also featured a split for those that have been bitten by the racing bug, but Norwegian Bliss’ footmarks will be 40 percent longer. If you’re into karting and need a vacation, we’ve ground your mecca.

[Source: Thrillist]

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