IMAGE OF THE DAY: Norwegian Bliss Stops In Port Canaveral With Striking Hull Artwork

By  //  January 8, 2020

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BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Norwegian Bliss made a stop in Port Canaveral on Tuesday with some beautiful hull artwork that was visible to many guests at the Port.

The hull art for Bliss was designed by marine wildlife artist Robert Wyland.

Wyland is best known for his “Whaling Wall” murals, in which he painted life-sized whales on 100 buildings all over the world.

The 4,000 passenger cruise ship ‘Bliss’ docked at Cruise Terminal 10 on Tuesday.

The Norwegian Bliss is the sister ship to the Norwegian Escape, Norwegian Joy, and the forthcoming Norwegian Encore.

The ship was built by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany.

The hull art for Bliss was designed by marine wildlife artist Robert Wyland. (Port Canaveral Image)

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