Norwegian Escape to become Largest Cruise ship when Launched
The Norwegian Escape will soon become the largest cruiseship in the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet, it was recently floated out of Meyer Werft’s covered building dock II in Papenburg, Germany.
The ship is about 164,600-ton, it has been under construction since September 2014.
The 4,200 passenger vessel, has a signature hull artwork designed by famed marine wildlife artist and conservationist Guy Harvey, departed building dock II.
The ship being well on her way to completion and will now move into the final phase of construction with delivery expected to take place on October 22nd 2015.
Following the ship’s float out, the next milestones will be mounting the ship’s signature Norwegian Cruise Line funnel and taking thrills to new heights by adding a third story to Norwegian Escape’s ropes course
Following inaugural events in Europe and Miami, Norwegian Escape will sail seven-night Eastern Caribbean cruises departing every Saturday from Miami beginning on November 14th 2015.
The 164,600 gross ton ship will be the largest ever to home port year-round in Miami.
Author bio: Adeyinka Emmanuel is a travel enthusiast and business development manager at Touristdeck