Just Released: First Look At Norwegian Escape’s Hull Art

July 30, 2015

The www.CRUISE.co.uk team awoke this morning to amazing new images of the upcoming Norwegian Escape’s hull artwork in our inbox’s.

Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest ship will launched in November this year but this is the first time that we’ve seen what she’ll look like.

The master piece has been designed by famed marine wildlife artist Guy Harvey and spans more than 1,000 feet from bow to stern.



The ship’s home port will be Miami from where it will offer Eastern Caribbean cruises which was the inspiration for the Caribbean sea life themes featured on the ship.

Guy Harvey explains: “I’m so proud to showcase the incredible marine life of the Caribbean on the largest canvas a human could possibly paint. After weeks of work, the artisans at Meyer Werft have done an incredible job of recreating my art on such a vast format. I’m overjoyed at the level of detail that has been achieved and I can’t wait to see Norwegian Escape in her element out on the ocean.”

As well as designing the art, Guy’s documentaries about the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation will be shown in staterooms on-board to educate guests on marine conservation.

These images come from the shipyard, where the 164,000 tonne ship is still being built. When finished it will carry 4,200 guests and will feature an aqua park, the largest ropes course at sea and a new aqua racer slide.

Are you looking forward to the completion of the Norwegian Escape? What’s your thoughts on hull artwork?

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