A departure from the rest of the line’s signature hull artwork, which typically is inspired by the ship’s name or the destination the ship sails from, the hull artwork on Norwegian Epic instead takes on the characteristics of the ship’s interior features—a sophisticated, modern and sleek design and color palette that is seen in everything from the innovative curved design of the New Wave staterooms to the more contemporary design of the ship’s public areas.
“A Norwegian Cruise Line ship is instantly recognizable with its distinctive hull art that conveys each ship’s personality and the freedom and flexibility that is found on board,” said Kevin Sheehan, Norwegian Cruise Line’s chief executive officer. “With Norwegian Epic, we are taking Freestyle Cruising to the next level, so it is fitting that her hull artwork conveys more of the modern, sleek design guests will find once they are on board the ship.”
In addition to unveiling the hull art, NCL will begin taking reservations for Norwegian Epic’s 2010/2011 inaugural season on Thurs, May 21, 2009, with a special preview day for Norwegian’s past guests (Latitudes members) on Wed, May 20, 2009.
Check out Cruise Diva's other Norwegian Epic reveals:
- Freestyle Family Fun — Including an expansive Aqua Park with the only tube slide and largest bowl slide at sea and much more.
- Norwegian Epic’s Dining Choices will wow even the most discerning cruiser with 14 Freestyle Dining restaurants and 18 bars and lounges.
- Freestyle Cruising Accommodations to suit every type of guest are revealed for NCL's Norwegian Epic, formerly known as F3.
- Norwegian Cruise Line Reveals Nightlife Options — NCL sailed into a sea of dreams to share a peek into the future of nightlife afloat.
- With Details About the Ship, NCL throws us a curve. Catch the NEW WAVE in innovative ocean-going accommodations.