On January 10, 2014, the Norwegian Getaway officially handed over to Norwegian Cruise Line by Meyer Werft GmbH as the thirteenth ship in the Norwegian fleet. Twelve of the cruise ships speak "Norwegian" in the ship's name. A thirteenth ship answers the name Pride of America.
It does its job off Hawaii. With the construction of two more ships, the Meyer shipyard commissioned in Papenburg. These ships the new Breakaway Plus-Class will be measured with 163.000 tons and offer space for 4.200 passengers.
About Norwegian Getaway
|Commissioning||January 10, 2014|
|Size:||Length 324 meters; Width 39,70 meters, draft 8,30 meters|
|Passenger decks||14 decks|
|Power Type||diesel-electric ABB Azipods|
|passengers||4.028 (with double occupancy)|
|shipyard||Meyer shipyard, Papenburg|
|Board language||English, there is a German-speaking guest service|
|Currency on board||U.S. dollar|
Current position Norwegian Getaway
The Norwegian Getaway is the sister ship of the ship that entered service in April 2013 Norwegian Breakaway. The ship will be in Miami / Fl. be stationed and cruise in the Caribbean all year round. The shipping company describes the ship as an homage to the lively metropolis of Miami. The eye-catching hull painting also matches this; it was created by artist and muralist David "LEBO" Le Batard from Miami. The artwork shows a mermaid holding the sun in her hands. Three pelicans fly over the scene. The construction costs are likely to have been between 650 and 700 million euros.
Norwegian Getaway © PhotoCredit Meyer Werft Hero Lang
The cruise ship Norwegian Getaway was christened in Miami on February 7, 2014 by the cheerleaders of the American Football Team of the Miami Dolphins.