In Case You're Looking For An Escape…

The pictures below are called a sneak preview. They're also called a way for cruise lines — namely, Norwegian — to get a little attention about new ships that nobody has yet seen.

Except for an artistic rendering of the ship's exterior, Norwegian's Escape is being developed in secret. The following pictures — also renderings, actually — give you a look at what staterooms on the line's first Breakaway Plus ship will look like when it arrives in October 2015.

Studio: There are 82 of these, up from 59 on the Breakaway, not as many as the Epic's 128.


Inside: 407 of them, with lower beds that convert to a queen (connecting staterooms are available for families).


Oceanview: The interesting thing here is of the 114 Oceanviews, 48 can accommodate up to five people.


Balconies: All 1,168 include lower beds that convert to a Queen and can accommodate two more passengers.


Mini-Suites: The lowers convert to a King, to go with the other king, and a bathtub is among other indulgences.


Spa Mini-Suites: Include exclusive access to the spa and fitness center…and a pretty decor, and there are 20.

Spa Suite

The Haven: The variety of 95 suites for the rich and famous, or at least the rich, represent luxury at sea the Norwegian way.


If you already "cruise like a Norwegian" you'll be anxious to see the Escape in the flesh, so to speak.

Island Princess
7 nights
May 21, 2014 
VancouverKetchikanJuneauSkagwayGlacier Bay, College Fjord, Anchorage
Inside: $648
Cost per day: $92

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