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Norwegian Encore

Capacity
3998
Crew
2100
Tonnage
169,145 GT
Length
333.5 m (1,094 ft)
First voyage
2019
Decks
20

Norwegian Encore is a cruise ship under construction for Norwegian Cruise Line, due to enter service in 2019. She is being built by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany. The ship is scheduled to debut in Miami in Fall 2019.

History

Construction started on 31 January 2018. She is part of the Breakaway Plus class of cruise ships, and is the sister ship to Norwegian Bliss, Norwegian Escape and Norwegian Joy.

Design

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Norwegian Encore

Capacity (DO): 
3998
Crew: 
2100
Tonnage: 
169,145 GT
Length: 
333.5 m (1,094 ft)
Beam: 
41.45 m (136.0 ft)
First voyage: 
2019
Decks: 
20

Norwegian Encore is a cruise ship under construction for Norwegian Cruise Line, due to enter service in 2019. She is being built by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany. The ship is scheduled to debut in Miami in Fall 2019.

History

Construction started on 31 January 2018. She is part of the Breakaway Plus class of cruise ships, and is the sister ship to Norwegian Bliss, Norwegian Escape and Norwegian Joy.

Design

Norwegian Encore has an overall length of 333.5 m (1,094 ft), moulded beam 41.50 m (136.2 ft) and maximum draft 9.00 m (29.53 ft). The ship has gross tonnage of 169,145 GT and deadweight of 11,700 DWT. Norwegian Encore has 20 decks, 2,038 staterooms and capacity for 3,998 passengers at double occupancy.

Itineraries

It was originally announced in February 2017 the ship would be designed for China much like her sister ship Norwegian Joy. However, it was further announced that the ship will instead sail out of Miami, Florida and will be designed much like her other sister ship Norwegian Bliss.

Ship engineering

Norwegian Encore has five main engines with total output power of 102,900 hp. The vessel has two MAN B&W 14V48/60CR, each with power of 22,520 hp and three MAN B&W 12V48/60CR, each with power of 19,300 hp. The propulsion system is two ABB Azipod XO units with total power of 40 MW, which allows service speed of 22.5 kts, while the maximum speed during trials exceeds 25.0 kts. The engines are equipped with scrubbers and a heat recovery systems for improved energy efficiency.

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Norwegian_Encore

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