Norwegian Epic,delivered to NCL in June 2010, was at that time, the largest cruise ship ever built in Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard. This ship features the state-of-the-art technologies and demontrates the capacity of the French yard and its network of subcontractors and suppliers to design and built innovative and environmental friendly ships.
First ship of the Freestyle Cruising third generation, where the passengers are free to do whatever they want whenever they want. Norwegian Epic offers 27,000 sq.m of public spaces for a wide choice of entertainment, including 14 restaurants offering cuisine from around the world. Chantiers de l’Atlantique have taken up the challenge to integrate all the technical constraints induced by the concept, while designing and building a ship with excellent hydrodynamics and energy efficiency. Designed to accommodate 5,200 passengers, Norwegian Epic is also remarkable by her 38 cabins cabin categories including a large number with curved bulkheads to maximise the living space.
Length: 330 m
Breadth: 40.64 m
Gross tonnage: 150,000 UMS
Number of passenger cabins: 2,100