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Behind the Scenes of Norwegian Escape’s Hull Artwork

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Even though NCL’s largest ever cruise ship has already floated out of the construction dock at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany on August 15th we can still see what went into making that marine artwork. The artwork was designed by marine artist Guy Harvey. The footage shows Guy explaining what went into the process of getting his vision on that large hull.

It’s an interesting video that was filmed inside the construction dock at Meyer Werft. We found out that a laser and lots of tape was used in a long process section by section.

Norwegian Escape isĀ 164,600 gross tons and can carry 4,200 passengers. Norwegian Cruise Line will take delivery of the new ship on October 22nd. The vessel will begin year round sailings from Miami, Florida in November, 2015.

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