Norwegian Cruise Line Now Offering Unlimited Go Kart Passes on Bliss

by Daniel McCarthy
Norwegian Cruise Line Now Offering Unlimited Go Kart Passes on Bliss

Guests can now take advantage of daily and weekly unlimited passes to play on Norwegian Bliss' racetrack. Photo: NCL.


Norwegian Bliss guests can now score more time than ever on the longest racetrack at sea. 

Norwegian is offering unlimited weekly passes for Bliss’ racetrack for $99.95 per guest and unlimited daily passes for $29.95 per guest, a spokesperson told Travel Market Report. Single rides on the track will still cost $7 per ride.

A limited number of passes will be available on a first-come, first-served basis on all seven-day sailings on Bliss. They will only be available to purchase onboard and no guests will be able to purchase a pass ahead of their sailing.

Bliss’ electric racetrack is a first for any of Norwegian’s North American-based ships and is the longest one at sea. Guests are able to get up to 30 miles per hour in the go karts, twisting and turning on the ship’s top deck, on an expanded race track that is wide enough for one car to pass another.

Up to 10 cars can race at once. Double-seated cars are available for parents to give their younger children a chance to ride.

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The 1,000-foot Go Kart race track is a first for any of Norwegian’s North American-based ships.

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