Polish shipyard delivered elements of the hull for a mega-cruise ship (photo, video)
Shipyards, Offshore
Polish shipyard delivered elements of the hull for a mega-cruise ship (photo, video)
Date of publication: 03.11.2018
Marine Projects Ltd shipyard delivered bow block in two parts  to shipyard Meyer Werft Shipyard in Papenburg. Elements will be use for construction of a cruise ship for Norwegian Cruise Line.

The vessel called Norwegian Encore is to be completed by the end of October 2019.

Norwegian Encore will be the seventeenth ship in the Cruise Line fleet and the fourth and last ship in the Breakaway Plus class, the most successful class in the brand's history.

The cruise ship is 329.79 m long and 41.45 m wide and with a gross tonnage of 168,000 tons. It will take 4,000 passengers on its board, which will be served by a 2,100-strong crew.

The ship will sail on weekly cruises in the Caribbean from autumn 2019 onward and its port will be Port Miami.

The construction of partially or completely equipped blocks has been one of the main areas of activity of Marine Projects Ltd. for years.

Currently, Marine Projects Shipyard, as part of many years of cooperation with the German shipyard Meyer Werft Papenburg, is carrying out the construction of next blocks.
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