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Norwegian Cruise Line’s Newest Ship From Start to Finish

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Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship has been delivered and the shipyard has put together footage of the ship from start to finish.

Some stunning footage of the Norwegian Joy has been done by the Myer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. In the new video, you can see the newest NCL ship being built all the way back to when the first piece of steel was cut to its recent sea trials in the North Sea.

All you need to do is watch the video below which includes time lapses, breathtaking views and the overall construction of Norwegian Joy. The vessel has been purpose-built for the Chinese market and was delivered to the cruise line in Germany on April 27.

Watch Norwegian Joy:

Norwegian Joy is a 167,725 gross ton ship and second in the Breakaway Plus-Class. Many features onboard will cater towards the Chinese market but one of the biggest highlights which everyone will enjoy is the first race track at sea. The ship will head on to China to begin cruises out of its home ports of Shanghai and Beijing (Tianjin). The 3,883 passenger vessel will have its christening ceremony on June 27, 2017, in China.

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