Norwegian Cruise Line has announced today they’ve come to an agreement with Fincantieri shipyard to build the line’s next generation of cruise ships. Four are on order for delivery in 2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025, with an option for two more in 2026 and 2027.
The four ships will be 140,000 gross tons and hold around 3,300 guests. They’ll be based on the line’s most recent Breakaway-Plus class vessels, and feature a variety of innovative designs that will further enhance the guest experience. One priority in the design aspect is energy efficiency, with the goal of optimizing fuel consumption and reducing environmental impact.
More details on the new ships will be announced on future dates.
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