Hull Art for Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Encore is Revealed at Germany's Meyer Werft Shipyard.


Hull Art for Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Encore is Revealed at Germany's Meyer Werft Shipyard.
Hull Art for Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Encore is Revealed at Germany's Meyer Werft Shipyard.

Norwegian Encore is looking its absolute best just months ahead of its maiden voyage from London to New York. In the video above, cruise fans can watch as the ship's vivid hull art, designed by award-winning Spanish artist Eduardo Arranz-Bravo, comes to life.

A representation of his modern and abstract style, the ship’s hull features a labyrinth of color inspired by Arranz-Bravo’s life by the sea in Barcelona and pay tribute to the vibrant guest experience Norwegian is known for.

“Norwegian Cruise Line is a dynamic, pioneering company known for its innovative experiences and breathtaking collection of beautifully designed ships,” said Arranz-Bravo. “I am honored to not only bring that vibrancy to life even more on Norwegian Encore but also showcase my love for the ocean and my hometown of Barcelona.”

Norwegian Encore is currently being built at Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany. At approximately 167,800 gross tons, she will offer seven-day cruises to the Eastern Caribbean from Miami beginning November 17, 2019 through April 12, 2020.

Cruises to The Caribbean on board Norwegian Encore are currently open for sale, along with a Transatlantic cruise from London in early November 2019, and Bermuda cruises beginning in April 2020.

 
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