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Letter of Intent for 80,000-Ton Ship

      5/31/1999

Norwegian Cruise Line announced that it has signed a letter of intent with the Lloyd Werft shipyard in Bremerhaven, Germany, to build a 2,000-guest ship which will be of similar design to NCL’s M/S Norwegian Sky, now nearing completion at the same yard. The letter of intent includes an option for a second vessel of the same size and capacity. The contract price for the first newbuild, to be delivered June 1, 2001, is USD $351 million. The contract price for the second vessel, to be delivered to NCL April 1, 2002, is USD $334 million.
The first, yet unnamed new build, will incorporate many of the hallmarks of Norwegian Sky’s contemporary design, including multiple dining choices, an Internet Cafe, Broadway entertainment, and an abundance of public spaces, inside and outside, for the enjoyment of all.
More information: Norwegian Cruise Line


 







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