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Norwegian Encore will be cruising The Caribbean from Miami in the fall and winter of 2019 before repositioning to New York in the spring and summer of 2020 for Bermuda cruises. But before she begins any of those spectacular itineraries, she will cross the Atlantic Ocean from London on a 9-Day journey that will offer a leisurely opportunity to enjoy the various onboard amenities this beautiful ship has to offer. Just ahead, let’s take a look at this unique sailing on Norwegian Encore.
Have you heard? Norwegian Cruise Line has just announced the entertainment lineup for Norwegian Encore. This brand-new ship is designed to make every moment worth repeating. And with a bigger and better race track, a cutting-edge virtual world and the largest open-air laser tag at sea, there’s a ton of thrills you’ll want to experience again and again. But it’s the exhilarating Broadway entertainment that will have you on your feet and saying “Bravo!” over and over. This is truly the greatest entertainment at sea.
Are you ready to take cruising to the next level? Norwegian Cruise Line just announced the new, totally thrilling activities that will premiere on board Norwegian Encore – and they’re all amazing! The state-of-the-art Norwegian Encore is designed to make every moment worth repeating. And these exhilarating activities do not disappoint. You’ll want to experience them again and again.
Continuing the tradition of iconic hull art on its award-winning ships, Norwegian Cruise Line announced today that Norwegian Encore’s hull design will be the creation of renowned Spanish artist Eduardo Arranz-Bravo. Set to debut in Miami in November 2019, Norwegian Encore will be the fourth and final ship in the fleet’s Breakaway-Plus class.