First steel cut for Norwegian Escape

The first plate of steel was cut by a plasma torch

Norwegian Escape will be the largest ship in our fleet and will continue our legacy of innovation,” said Kevin Sheehan, NCL’s chief executive officer.
NCL’s two Breakaway Plus class ships, Norwegian Escape and Norwegian Bliss, will be approximately 323.7m long, 40.54m wide and offer cabins for 4,200 passengers each.
The cruise ship is the tenth vessel that Meyer Werft has built for NCL in the past 15 years. Upon its delivery in October 2015, the Norwegian Escape will sail a seven-day Eastern Caribbean itinerary, visiting Tortola, British Virgin Islands; St Thomas, US Virgin Islands; and Nassau, Bahamas.

The first piece of steel of the Norwegian Escape, the first of two new 163,000gt Breakaway Plus Class ships for Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) was recently cut at Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany, marking the official start of construction.

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