Nor­we­gian’s colour­ful En­core

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NOR­WE­GIAN Cruise Line has lifted the lid on the hull art­work for its new Nor­we­gian En­core which will de­but in Mi­ami in just over a year’s time.

The fourth and fi­nal ship in the Break­away-Plus class will be brightly adorned by award­win­ning Span­ish artist Ed­uardo Ar­ranz-Bravo ( pic­tured in­set) whose mod­ern, ab­stract style will evoke the “vi­brant guest ex­pe­ri­ence for which the Nor­we­gian brand is recog­nised”.

Nor­we­gian Cruise Line Hold­ings ceo Frank Del Rio played a key role in the se­lec­tion of the hull art­work, hav­ing been in­spired by the artist’s work for many years.

Ar­ranz-Bravo’s work is show­cased across the globe, and he was one of three artists cho­sen to rep­re­sent the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.

Del Rio’s pas­sion for the arts was also a ma­jor con­trib­u­tor to the multi-mil­lion dol­lar art col­lec­tion cu­rated for the re­cently launched Nor­we­gian Bliss.

Nor­we­gian En­core will carry up to 4,000 guests on seven-day East­ern Caribbean itin­er­ar­ies, with her in­au­gu­ral sail­ing sched­uled for 17 Nov 2019.

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