Epic name for the latest mega-ship

Home/Cruise news, New ships/Epic name for the latest mega-ship

Until now, it has been known only as F3. Tonight, Norwegian Cruise Lines announced that their new mega-ship, being built in France, is to be called the Norwegian Epic.
What’s more, she’ll be coming to the UK in 2010 for a series of spectacular inaugural events, before heading to Miami, from where she will sail year-round seven-day voyages to the Caribbean.
The 4,200-passenger ship will, say NCL, take their brand of Freestyle cruising – no jackets required, even at dinner – to the next level, with a host of innovative bars and restaurants.
There will be five nightlife areas simulating Las Vegas, Ibiza, the French Riviera, Miami’s South Beach – and a floating first – an ice bar. No Titanic jokes, please.
Rumour suggests that, in another first, extra charges will be levied for admission to some of these nightclubs.
I shall be following the Epic rumours and announcements, and will keep you updated.

By | 2009-01-27T21:55:35+00:00 27 January 2009|Cruise news, New ships|0 Comments

About the Author:

John Honeywell is a travel writer specialising in cruise ships and cruise travel. Winner of CLIA UK's Contribution to Cruise award 2017.

Leave A Comment