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Norwegian Cruise Line: Project Leonardo Class Will Get Two More Ships

3 minutes read • July 12th, 2018
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. announced that two more cruise ships would join the company’s upcoming

Project Leonardo Class

. In total, six revolutionary liners of this class are expected to enter service until 2027 inclusive.
NCL Leonardo Class new cruise ships
Photo courtesy of NCL

The fifth and sixth members of the company’s newest class will accommodate 3,300 cruise lovers. These vessels will be smaller than the Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest additions. This will provide an opportunity to explore more exciting destinations.

Four other liners of Project Leonardo Class will begin operations in 2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025. Well, it’s going to be an exciting cruise decade!

We remind you that the NCL’s next newbuild, Norwegian Encore, is scheduled to enter service in fall 2019.
We look forward to more details about the Project Leonardo Class liners.
Source: Norwegian Cruise Line

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