Norwegian Cruise Line has unveiled the first images of its new 153,000-gross ton, 4,200-passenger Norwegian Epic, the company’s largest and most innovative Freestyle Cruising ship to date. Currently under construction at STX Europe in St. Nazaire, France, the contemporary, balcony-rich, 19-deck ship will be 1,068 feet long, 133 feet wide, with a draft of 28.5 feet when completed in May 2010.
Does her slightly top-heavy-appearing profile remind you of another "epic" NCL ship? Perhaps the legendary SS Norway, following the addition of upper decks in 1990?
While NCL hasn't announced any additional details—they plan to do that and unveil the signature hull artwork in the coming months—Cruise Diva is pleased to share the latest "reveals" of F3, now named Norwegian Epic ...
With Details About the F3 Ships, NCL throws us a curve. Catch the NEW WAVE in innovative ocean-going accommodations.
Norwegian Cruise Line Reveals F3 Nightlife Options — NCL sailed into a sea of dreams to share a peek into the future of nightlife afloat.
Cruises are scheduled to go on sale to the public this spring.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Norwegian Epic Emerges
Posted by Linda Coffman, AKA Cruise Diva