By South China Sea Magazine Crusises Editor//Images Courtesy Norwegian Cruise Lines
It’s a new level of cruise control—the Norwegian Encore, the newest member of the Norwegian Cruise Line family.
Since debuting in November 2019, this innovative ship has been winning critics over as a pioneer of creative, unique and meaningful guest experiences. From the only at sea go-kart racetrack, the virtual reality Galaxy Pavilion and open-air laser tag arena, to a wide variety of high-caliber dining venues, including Onda by Scarpetta and award-winning entertainment, the Norwegian is focused on providing guests the freedom and flexibility to design their dream holiday.
In fact, such is the level of service that Norwegian was just named, “World’s Leading Cruise Line” for the fourth consecutive year at the 2019 World Travel Awards (WTA).
The brand also claimed two additional top honors at WTA’s grand finale gala ceremony in Muscat, Oman, winning the categories of “World’s Leading Large Ship Cruise Line” for the eighth consecutive year, and for the seventh time, the title of “World’s Leading Cruise Line Website.”
In 2020 they will unveil a new and extensive bow-to-stern renovation that draws inspiration from the brand’s most recent and highly successful newbuilds. This includes the updated elements on board Norwegian Spirit—which will sail extended itineraries form five to 24 days, calling to some of the most desired destinations across multiple continents including Asia and Africa.
Talk about taking the seas by storm….
For more information or to book a cruise: www.ncl.com