• Norwegian Bliss

    The sister vessel of the Norwegian Escape and second ship in the Breakaway PLUS class will be delivered in the spring of 2017. This will be the twelfth cruise ship to be constructed by MEYER WERFT for Norwegian Cruise Line.

  • Norwegian Escape

    As the first ship in the Breakaway PLUS class, the Norwegian Escape will combine all the features of the Norwegian Breakaway and the Norwegian Getaway, along with an additional deck to offer guests even more possibilities and innovative entertainment features.

  • Norwegian Getaway

    Norwegian Getaway is a sistership to Norwegian Breakaway. The keellaying which took place in autumn 2012 marked the start of the ship’s assembly. After a building period of only 15 months the cruise ship was delivered to the owner Norwegian Cruise Line in January 2014.

  • Norwegian Breakaway

    Highest technical standards and innovative technologies have characterized the construction of this luxury liner. The ship consists of 73 steel blocks. The first of these blocks was keel-laid in May 2012.

  • Norwegian Gem

    The Norwegian Gem is the youngest ship of the Jewel-class for Norwegian Cruise Line: She was delivered to the shipping company by MEYER WERFT in October 2007.

  • Norwegian Pearl

    MEYER WERFT used 67 steel blocks to build the Norwegian Pearl - each single block has a weight of several hundred tons. The new luxury liner was delivered to Norwegian Cruise Line in spring 2007 and is one of the most modern cruise liners in operation.

  • Pride of Hawaii

    The Pride of Hawaii almost an island itself. Completed by MEYER WERFT in 2006, this ship combines state-of-the art technology with high-end interior outfitting.

  • Norwegian Jewel

    The Norwegian Jewel shines with its Garden and Couryard Villas. The luxury liner is a huge, floating resort including swimming pools, jacuzzis, spa areas, a casino and many more facilities.

  • Norwegian Dawn

    The Norwegian Dawn was built by MEYER WERFT in 2002 and underwent overhaul as early as 2005 in order to meet the state-of-the-art. Now she is best equipped for realizing the Freestyle Cruising concept.

  • Norwegian Star

    The Norwegian Star was tailor-made by MEYER WERFT to meet the unique Freestyle Cruising concept, which offers the passengers maximum freedom, flexibility and individuality with no fixed time schedules.

  • Norwegian Spirit

    The Norwegian Spirit was completed for the shipping company Star Cruises in 1999. She was named SuperStar Leo. The Norwegian Cruise Line acquired the ship in 2004 and renamed her to Norwegian Spirit.

  • Norwegian Crown

    The Norwegian Crown was delivered to the shipping company Royal Cruise Line, Piräus in 1988 as Crown Odyssey. Later the cruise ship was renamed to Norwegian Crown.