Norwegian Joy features Scuderia Ferrari Watches racetrack

Norwegian Cruise Line partnered with Scuderia Ferrari Watches on the first racetrack at sea Norwegian Cruise Line partnered with Scuderia Ferrari Watches on the first racetrack at sea

A two-level competitive racetrack snakes across the top deck of the soon-to-be delivered Norwegian Joy, Norwegian Cruise Line's first ship custom-built for Chinese travelers.

Up to 10 drivers at time will be able to race each other in electric go-carts and have photos taken at the finish line to share with friends and family back home. Passengers in Norwegian Joy’s The Haven and Concierge Class will get a number of complimentary rides as part of their accommodations' benefits.

Norwegian is offering the attraction in a new partnership with Scuderia Ferrari Watches. The watches will be featured in a shop adjacent to the racetrack.

Norwegian Joy is due for delivery on April 27 from Meyer Werft. Following a grand inaugural port tour leading up to its naming by 'King of Chinese Pop' Wang Leehom on June 27, the ship will sail from Shanghai and Tianjin.

Posted 17 April 2017

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