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New cruise ship Norwegian Escape deck plans

NCL has partially revealed their deck plans for their new Norwegian Escape cruise ship
http://www.cruiseshipdeckplan.com/ncl-norwegian-escape/
I give you this link because it has the NCL's Escape ship deck plan as PDF file (all the line got on the subject) but also has a nice review of all the Norwegian Escape cabin categories, location and changes in comparison to the "so old" now :)))) Breakaway class NCL ships.
The new Breakaway Plus class ships - Norwegian Escape (to be launched in 2015 October) and Norwegian Bliss (scheduled launch 2017 April) - compared to the two "old" Breakaway class ships (Breakaway and Getaway) as design feature one additional deck (mostly cabins), which increases their passenger capacity greatly, expanded facilities (The Haven luxury complex and the Courtyard Villa zone will be larger), while on some decks cabins are less - which increases public spaces. One of the reasons could be all the critics about NCL ships being too crowded as space to guests ratio.

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