Norwegian Joy – Norwegian Cruise Line SHIP TOUR! – 2019


NCL Norwegian Joy Cruise Ship Tour – 2019 Welcome aboard! The Norwegian Joy cruise ship was refit for the American cruise market in 2019 and currently sails Alaska itineraries during the summer months. Norwegian Joy cruise ship facts! Capacity: 3,804 passengers and 1,821 crew. Dining venues: 14. Bars and lounges: 18. Deck 6 houses the main atrium and the Guest Services desks. Continuing our walk aft through the art gallery. Teppanyaki is a hibachi-style specialty dining venue on the Norwegian Joy and most Norwegian Cruise Line ships. More artwork as we continue our walk aft. Mixx Bar Two Main Dining Rooms, Savor and Taste, flank Mixx Bar. There are three complimentary Main Dining Rooms aboard. Heading up to Deck 7. The Manhattan Room is the Norwegian Joy cruise ship’s most popular, complimentary Main Dining Room restaurant. Let’s continue our walk forward on Deck 7. The very large casino on the Norwegian Joy cruise ship has an enclosed smoking area. The Local is a pub-style complimentary restaurant aboard the Norwegian Joy, similar to O’Sheehans on other NCL ships. We’ve reached Deck 7 forward, where you’ll find the Norwegian Joy Theater. In addition to pub food, The Local offers arcade games for a fee. Heading up to Deck 8. Food Republic is an up-charge restaurant serving eclectic cuisine on board the Norwegian Joy cruise ship. The Waterfront runs along the aft half of the Norwegian Joy cruise ship on Deck 8. Like other Breakaway class ships, many of the special dining restaurants offer outdoor seating along the Waterfront aboard the Norwegian Joy. Mid-ship on Deck 8 of the Norwegian Joy cruise ship is La Cucina, an Italian specialty dining restaurant. Cellars is a wine bar on the Norwegian Joy cruise ship, offering premium wines and spirits. Seafood lovers will love Ocean Blue, another specialty restaurant on the Norwegian Joy and many newer NCL cruise ships. Sugarcane Mojito Bar Deck 8 on the Norwegian Joy also house duty-free shopping outlets. Beware the final sea day sale stampede! Specialty restaurants Cagney’s Steakhouse and Le Bistro are all the way aft on the Norwegian Joy cruise ship. Le Bistro and Cagney’s flank the A-List bar. Le Bistro is a delicious French specialty restaurant on the Norwegian Joy and most NCL cruise ships. Cagney’s is Norwegian Cruise Line’s signature steakhouse restaurant. Let’s take a peek down into The Manhattan Room main dining room on the Norwegian Joy. We’ve teleported to the Observation Lounge on Deck 15 forward of the Norwegian Joy cruise ship. The Observation Lounger offers some of the best view on the Norwegian Joy cruise ship! In the Observation Lounger, you’ll find a bar, Starbucks coffee shop, and complimentary snack buffet on the Norwegian Joy. The main buffet on the Norwegian Joy, the Garden Cafe buffet serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. No shortage of seating in the Norwegian Joy Garden Cafe buffet! Moving aft from the Garden Cafe buffet, we find the pools and Aqua Park on the Norwegian Joy cruise ship. The huge video arcade is a great way to kill some time on the Norwegian Joy! Next to the video game arcade is the Mandara Spa and Beauty Salon. We’ve warped to Deck 17 after. Let’s walk forward and take a look! Upstairs from the pool deck is the Norwegian Joy Speedway, a go-kart racing track (for a fee)! You’ll also find the American Diner specialty dining restaurant on Deck 17. Ironically, opposite the American Diner specialty restaurant is the Pulse Fitness Center on the Norwegian Joy cruise ship. All the way aft on the Norwegian Joy cruise ship is Spice H2O, which includes hot tubs, a bar, and a big TV! Let’s head to Deck 18 on the Norwegian Joy! Check our YouTube channel for a tour of The Haven on the Norwegian Joy cruise ship! At the very top of the ship, you’ll find Laser Tag (for a fee)! Want more cruise ship tours? Subscribe, like, and comment!

2 Replies to “Norwegian Joy – Norwegian Cruise Line SHIP TOUR! – 2019”

  1. I have really been excited to go to Alaska and this ship looks great. When you are on the ship, do you get to see the glaciers from the ship? Also, can you tell me if it is hard to get reservations at the nicer restaurants?

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