Featuring spectacular suites, larger cabins, luxury finishes and a focus on world-class service and on-board activities, Norwegian Escape sets new benchmarks in contemporary cruising – set to be rolled out across NCL’s fleet.
On-board highlights include the world’s largest waterpark at sea, a three-storey ropes course, the line’s first snow room and thermal spa, and three floors of world-leading restaurants and entertainment – including a waterfront boardwalk, 28 dining options, 21 bars and lounges, Broadways shows, musicals, comedy and one-of-a-kind theatrical dinner performances.
Managing Director Australia and New Zealand for Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Steve Odell, said: “Norwegian Escape has been designed to provide the ultimate in freedom, flexibility, service and overall experience, and represents NCL’s vision for all ships across its fleet – with a specific focus on providing world-leading dining and entertainment.”
In a celebration reflective of Norwegian Escape’s status as NCL’s largest ship and first in its Breakaway Plus Class, international music sensation and GODFATHER of Norwegian Escape, Pitbull, headlined the liner’s christening – held in its home port of Miami this month – performing his hottest hits, including “Don’t Stop the Party”, “Fireball” and “Give Me Everything”.
The celebrations also showcased a sneak peak of the stellar entertainment Norwegian Escape has to offer with the casts of Tony-Award-winning Broadway shows ‘After Midnight’ and ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ performing a selection of songs from each show.
Norwegian Escape will sail 6 to 14 day cruises through the Caribbean, departing from Miami, commencing 14 November. To book visit www.escape.ncl.com
For further information on Norwegian Escape, its world-leading on-board offering and itineraries, visit:www.escape.ncl.com