Norwegian Cruise Line revealed that award-winning Spanish artist, Eduardo Arranz-Bravo, has created the hull artwork for the 4th and final ship of line's Breakaway-Plus class, 326-meter (1069-ft) Norwegian Encore, debuting in Miami FL in November 2019.
Recognized for his humanistic and inventive approach to abstract art, the work of Arranz-Bravo is showcased throughout the world. He is highly regarded, having been the recipient of numerous awards and was one of 3 artists chosen to represent 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.
At approx 167,800 GT and accommodating up to 4,000 passengers, NCL Encore ship will complete line's Breakaway-Plus class, which is the most successful in company's history. The liner is currently being built at Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany and is planned to cruise from Miami FL every Sunday on 7-day voyages to Eastern Caribbean, beginning with the first sailing November 2019.