Let’s take a look Norwegian Cruise line’s newest cruise ship which is the first in the new Breakaway Plus class. The large vessel was built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany and after 17 months of construction the ship was delivered in October 2015. The ship is now all set for its Caribbean service out of Miami. Readers can discover the Norwegian Escape by browsing through all the images below from NCL.
Norwegian Escape has a wide range of staterooms available for all types of cruisers. There are regular ocean view, balcony and inside staterooms and then all the way at the top of the ship are the exclusive Haven rooms where luxury is taken to new heights.
Here are two firsts at sea with Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville which also features the 5 O’clock Somewhere Bar and the first ever Snow Room at sea located in the ship’s Spa. Also take a look at the ships 678 Ocean Plaza or otherwise known as the Atrium which is a hive of activity day and night.
Norwegian Escape features lots of different types of bars that offer different drinks and style settings. No matter what kind of night life you enjoy, you will find something that suits you. The District Brew House is a must visit where guests can choose from 50 different bottles beer and 24 draft beers, a great choice at sea!
Dining takes center stage onboard the Norwegian Escape with flavours and dishes from across the world. One of the highlights is Bayamo, offering seafood inspired dishes by Jose Garces. Guests can also experience Jose Garces Spanish inspired Tapas Restaurant.
Norwegian Escape’s Godfather is international music star Pitbull who is also known as Armando Christian Perez. Pitbull was also involved with Norwegian Getaway which is the second Breakaway class ship, slightly smaller than Norwegian Escape. The ship’s Hull artwork was designed by Miami’s marine artist Guy Harvey.
The only true way to know what the Norwegian Escape offers is to sail on her! The 164,600 gross ton cruise ship is the largest ever built for the cruise line and one of the largest in the world. The 4,248 passenger ship will be sailing Caribbean cruises from Miami, Florida year round. The vessel will be calling at St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; Tortola, British Virgin Islands; and Nassau, Bahamas starting from November 14, 2015.