Meet Norwegian Cruise Line's Newest Ship, Escape

Norwegian Cruise Line's newest ship the Escape Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian's newest and largest vessel, Escape,  is so full of action and entertainment you'll be forgiven if you forget that you're at sea instead of on land. The ship has enough activities to fill every hour of the day, including the largest waterpark at sea and a ropes course 20-decks above the water; a "snow" room to chill out in and a rock "grotto" that turns into an outdoor disco come evening; and two Broadway shows, After Midnight and Million Dollar Quartet, indoors. Honestly, there's more to do on this 165,000-ton ship than in many small cities. And when you're ready to rest (or at least relax), there are 21 pools and the massive Mandara spa

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FACTS

Ship Capacity:4,248
Decks: 18
Staterooms: 2,175
Crew: 1,731

How big is it?
At 1,069 feet it's longer than the Chrysler Building (by 23 feet) 

Number of pools: 12
Number of bars: 21
Places to eat: 28

Firsts on Norwegian Escape:

Jose Garces restaurants Bayamo and Pincho
Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville and 5 O'Clock Somewhere
Miami bar Tobacco Road Bar
Miami food hall Pubbelly Boys
Wynwood Brewing


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Waterslides on Norwegian Escape Norwegian Cruise Line
The Escape's multi-level pool deck holds the world's biggest floating Aqua Park, home to some of the twistiest, turniest, fastest waterslides you've ever experienced.
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Nowegian Escape's Rope Course Norwegian Cruise Line
Norwegian Escape has the largest ropes course at sea with three levels of sky rails, zip tracks, and over-water planks.
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The plank, part of the ropes course. Norwegian Cruise Line
As part of the ropes course, guests can "walk the plank" 172 feet above sea level.
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Pool deck on Escape Norwegian Cruise Line
One of two LED screens on the pool deck of Escape.
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Escape's Mandara Spa Norwegian Cruise Line
The state-of-the-art Mandara Spa on the Escape
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Private Haven Restaurant on Norwegian Escape Norwegian Cruise Line
Haven is a luxurious ship-within-a-ship, featuring this private restaurant.
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Escape balcony stateroom Norwegian Cruise Line
Soothing color palettes and streamlined decor are a hallmark of the staterooms on the Escape, including  this balcony cabin.
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Escape's Haven Courtyard Norwegian Cruise Line
Escape's luxe suites-only area is called Haven and it's a "ship-within-a-ship" centering around this three-story covered courtyard (pictured). The Haven features an exclusive restaurant, private pool and lounge just for suite guests.
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Escape Haven Suite Norwegian Cruise Line
Guests in the 55 plush suites of "The Haven" receive complimentary butler and concierge service. Each suite features an oversized balcony (getting bigger as the price tag does).
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Escape Atrium Chandelier Norwegian Cruise Line
The stunning contemporary chandelier in the Escape's atrium.
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Bayamo Restaurant Norwegian Cruise Line
Iron chef Jose Garces has two exclusive dining spots on Escape—his very first at sea. Pictured is the Latin-influenced Bayamo.
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Pincho Tapas Bar Norwegian Cruise Line
Garces second restaurant is a classic Spanish tapas bar. Both restaurants carry an additional charge.
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5 O'Clock Somewhere Bar Norwegian Cruise Line
Also exclusive to Escape, the first 5 O'Clock Somewhere bar at sea, part of Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville
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Tobacco Road bar Norwegian Cruise Line
For some authentic Miami flavor, the city's oldest bar, Tobacco Road, has been recreated on the Escape.
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Manhattan Dining Room Norwegian Cruise Line
One of the three main dining rooms that are part of the complimentary dining on board Escape. It features live music at dinner.
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Guppies Nursery Norwegian Cruise Line
Part of the family areas onboard the Escape, the Guppies nursery is for babies and toddlers age 6 months to 3 years.
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Entourage teen lounge Norwegian Cruise Line
In the something-for-everyone category, there's a complimentary kids program, Splash Academy, for ages 4 to 12, and teens have their own parents-free lounge, Entourage.
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