Unveiled in November 2015, the 4,248-passenger Norwegian Escape is one of two Breakaway Plus vessels in the Norwegian fleet (along with the new Norwegian Joy). A sister ship to Norwegian Cruise Line's eight-month-old Norwegian Joy, to be called Norwegian Bliss, is scheduled to debut in April.
Carrying 4,000 passengers at double occupancy, it'll sail in Alaska and the Caribbean.
In early 2017, Norwegian also unveiled its first ship custom-built for the Chinese market.
Sailing since 2014, the 145,655-ton, 3,963-passenger Norwegian Getaway is the newer of Norwegian's two Breakaway Class vessels.
It sails to the Bahamas and Caribbean out of Miami. Unveiled in 2013, the 146,600-ton, 3,963-passenger Norwegian Breakaway is the older of Norwegian's two Breakaway Class vessels.
It sails to the Bahamas, Bermuda and Caribbean out of New York. Dating to 2006, the 93,500-ton, 2,394-passenger Norwegian Pearl is the second oldest of Norwegian's four Jewel Class vessels.
It sails in Alaska and along the Pacific Coast as well as in the Caribbean and Bahamas. The 92,250-ton, 2,340-passenger Norwegian Dawn is the newer of Norwegian's two Dawn Class vessels.
More than half a dozen cruise lines that market to North Americans are rolling out new oceangoing ships in 2018. Originally designed for sister line Costa Cruises (where it would have been called Costa Splendor), it was transferred to Carnival during construction. Shown here docked in San Juan, Puerto Rico, it currently sails to the Caribbean out of Galveston, Texas.