Epic is back to front

//Epic is back to front

screen.jpgConfused? I was, when I saw the view from Norwegian Epic’s bridgecam – which is, naturally enough, directed over the ship’s bow – displayed on a big screen at the stern,.
The two ends of the 153,000-ton ship, which arrived in Southampton this afternoon, are 1,080 feet apart.
The screen is a feature of Spice H2O, a three-level adults-only sundeck which can be converted into a lively club and bar at night, with a small pool which transforms into a dance floor.
Meanwhile, adrenaline junkies were getting their fix in the Epic’s three giant waterslides, one of which – the 236-ft Epic Plunge – features a giant yellow and orange bowl which spins swimmers round before depositing them on the deck below.
I’m not the only blogger reporting from the ship on this inaugural preview. If you want to read more about Norwegian Epic, take a look at the dispatches from USA Today’s Gene Sloan, and the updates from Carolyn Spencer Brown, editor-in-chief at Cruise Critic.

By | 2017-06-15T16:00:25+00:00 22 June 2010|Cruise Ships|0 Comments

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

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