Cruise Ships

Norwegian Encore

Fourth and final vessel in Norwegian Cruise Line's Breakaway Plus series

Norwegian Encore, the fourth and final vessel in Norwegian Cruise Line's Breakaway Plus series, will be joining the fleet in autumn 2019.

At 167,800 tons, Encore will rank among the largest cruise vessels in the world.

Being built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany, the ship is sister to Norwegian Bliss Norwegian Escape and Norwegian Joy.

She will be operating seven-night voyages to the Caribbean out of Miami.

Norwegian Encore

Vital statistics

Operated by Norwegian Cruise Line
Builders: by Meyer Werft, Germany
Registered: Bahamas
Entering service: Autumn 2019
Gross tonnage: 167,800 tons
Passengers: 3,998
Passenger decks: 10
Crew: 2,110
Lifts: 9
Cabins: 2014 including
:: With balcony: 962
:: Ocean view: 162
:: Inside: 450
:: Single: 59
:: With wheelchair access: 42
Crew: 1,731
Length: 1,094ft
Width: 136ft
Draught: 28ft
Speed: 22 knots
Engines: diesel-electric

Facilities

There area 28 dining options, varying from two main dining rooms to Teppanyaki and steak houses - many of the restaurants charge a premium -  three swimming pools (one inside), show lounge, three-storey theatre, bowling alley, ice bar, climbing wall, cinema, library. casino, fitness centre, sauna, steam room.

Norwegian Cruise Line

For 47 years Norwegian Cruise Line has been breaking the boundaries of traditional cruising, most notably with the introduction of Freestyle Cruising which has revolutionised the industry by allowing guests to eat what they want, wear what they want and do what they want. More...

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