Norwegian Getaway

Norwegian Joy is Norwegian Cruise Line’s 2017 debut, the second ship in the line’s Breakaway Plus class. The vessel primarily serves the Chinese market, sailing from its home ports of Shanghai and Tianjin (Beijing) to destinations in China and Japan. Joy is the most innovative ship from Norwegian to date, offering resort-style accommodations and activities for an unparalleled vacation. Renowned Chinese artist Tan Ping created the hull design, which emphasizes Norwegian’s commitment to its Asian clientele. The ship is sister to Norwegian Escape, and it weighs in at 163,000 gross tons with the capacity to serve 3,900 passengers. Mandarin is the official language spoken onboard, setting the tone for an immersive cruising experience that celebrates Chinese culture. Guests sailing Norwegian Joy will be able enjoy the best of Asia with adventures to Tianjin, Nagasaki, Kitakyshu and other exotic ports. Throughout a cruise on Joy, there will be plenty of opportunities to completely relax in casual settings while enjoying more formal encounters for dining and nightlife.

Year Built: 2017
Refurbished: -
Length: 1,094
Call Letters: TBA
Passenger Capacity: 3,900
Crew size: 1,817
Gross Tonnage: 167,800
Average Speed: 23 knots
Passenger Decks: 15
Inside Rooms: 330
Outside Rooms: 1,135
Balcony Rooms: 1,024
Suite Rooms: 460