Norwegian Cruise Line places the keel of the new ‘Norwegian Encore’ that will sail in the fall of 2019

The new ship that will be operational by the end of next year

Cruise ship company Norwegian Cruise Line has held at the Meyer Werft shipyard the keel placement ceremony for the ship ‘Norwegian Encore’, which will make its first trip in November next year.

With approximately 169,000 gross tons and capacity for up to 4,000 passengers, the ‘Norwegian Encore’ will sail from Miami every Sunday and make seven-day trips to the Eastern Caribbean. The ship will make voyages until April 12, 2020.

The shipping company has celebrated the placement of the keel for the new boat with the marine tradition of hiding a “commemorative coin” inside the structure in a ceremony attended by the company’s main executives who have explained the novelties of this new project .

The company wanted to expand its entertainment and leisure options on the high seas in this new boat for the satisfaction of its customers. This is how he will offer the show ‘Kinky Boots’, the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical.

Norwegian Cruise Line has also announced that it is expanding its repertoire of options with a two-level racing track at almost 350 meters high with ten curves and four points that exceed four meters above the side of the ship. The largest race track on the high seas.

The ‘Norwegian Encore’ also features the Galaxy Pavilion, an indoor virtual reality complex of over 900 square meters with interactive games. It has virtual multisensory experiences, simulators and even an ‘escape room’ that will allow the passenger to enjoy a labyrinth of adventures.

The outdoor laser fighter circuit will also be on board the Norwegian Encore. In addition, the boat will have a water park that includes two slides of various levels, one of which extends more than three meters above the edge of the boat and makes a turn that ends in the lower deck.