Thursday, 23 October 2014

NCL: In one year, the Norwegian Escape premier in Hamburg harbour

NCL: In one year, the Norwegian Escape premier in Hamburg harbour

One more year until the premiere of the Norwegian Escape in Hamburg: The oldest bar in Miami draws on Norwegian construction
Photo: Norwegian Cruise Line
Photo: Norwegian Cruise Line
The countdown is on: Today in exactly one year celebrates the newest and largest fleet member of the US-American company Norwegian Cruise Line as far the largest cruise ship in the port of Hamburg premiere in the Hanseatic city.On board the oldest bar in Miami, Tobacco Road, which this week closes its doors on the mainland and is presented at the Freestyle Resort Cruising® new look goes.
After 102 years of existence, the Bar Tobacco Road, which was once issued the first liquor license in Miami, ceased operation.

"By offering this institution aboard Norwegian Escape a new home on the high seas, we preserve a piece of history Miamis" said Kevin Sheehan, President and Chief Executive Officer of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.

Within the 678 Ocean Place, the three decks reaching central meeting place on board Norwegian Escape, she finds her new home, which will be adorned with decorative elements from the original location. The famous neon sign, as well as memorabilia and photos give an insight on how closely the over 100-year history of the bar is the city of Miami entangled.In addition to traditional beers and spirits and a selection of in-house cocktail creations of Tobacco Road-bartender Leo Holtzman served on the Norwegian Escape.
The Norwegian Escape starts on October 23, 2015 for the first time in the 47-year history, a ship of Norwegian Cruise Line is a cruise in Hamburg - first is a two-night premiere event for the travel distribution on the program, following a two-night Cruise for consumers, which leads the ship from Hamburg to Southampton. From 14 November 2015, the Norwegian Escape cruises year round from / to Miami on a 7-night cruise through the Eastern Caribbean. Ports of call are Tortola, British Virgin Islands; St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands and Nassau, Bahamas.
In terms of cabin diversity guests can look forward to the unique luxurious suite complex The Haven by Norwegian - also offer studio cabins for solo travelers, as well as cabins for families, multigenerational groups, wellness fans and more, numerous options for different target groups on board.
Photo: Norwegian Cruise Line