Norwegian Escape, launched in autumn 2015, is a family-friendly cruise ship, boasting innovative features and interactive spaces only seen on some of the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet. Sailing to exciting, sun-drenched destinations such as the Greek Isles, Norwegian Escapes offers a winning combination of immersive shore excursions and memorable onboard experiences. From city tours ashore to hours spent on the ship exploring the pools, restaurants, activities and evening entertainment, embark on the cruise holiday you've always dreamed of with NCL Escape.
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There are plenty of dining options to tantalise all taste buds onboard Norwegian Escape. Experience two complimentary restaurants, 24-hour room service and more, all included in the price of your cruise.
The Norwegian Escape will also feature a number of speciality restaurants, serving everything from fresh Teppenyaki to traditional Italian cuisine. Delicious Asian Fusion, authentic French cuisine, hearty steaks and churrascuria-style meat are just some of the other specialities on offer.
For an extra special experience, guests can book a meal at the Chef’s table, which comes with nine exquisite courses, complimentary wines and a tour of the galley. There will also be a champagne reception with the onboard hospitality management and Executive Chef, as well as souvenir photos to remember your experience by.
For guests of The Haven, a number of further complimentary restaurants and cafes are available or you can also choose to dine in Suite where a butler will provide a white tablecloth service.
When the sun goes down you’ll find plenty of lively evening entertainment onboard. Watch glamorous cabaret acts, big musical revues, comedy performances and more. You can even catch a performance by the world-renowned Million Dollar Quartet.
If you wish to have a pre or post-dinner drink then there are a number of bars onboard specialising in cocktails, whiskies and champagne, plus atmospheric jazz and blues clubs. If you want to dance the night away, you’ll find late-opening nightclubs, such as White Hot Party. From time to time when the weather allows, you’ll also find al fresco evenings set under the stars.
Norwegian Escape’s Casino features a host of table games and slot machines, where you can play to win relaxing spa treatments and complimentary cruise experiences. If you’re feeling competitive, you can even take part in a tournament against the other guests. For tricks, tips and advice on how to win big, the Casino staff put on regular ‘Learn to Play’ sessions.
There are plenty of activities to keep all ages happy while onboard, including entertainment for children between 6 months and 17 years old. Enjoy endless hours of family fun at the bowling alley, play Nintendo Wii on a huge screen or compete to win a game of giant chess.
There are four kids clubs on the Norwegian Escape: Guppies for 6 months to 2-year-olds, Turtles for 3-5-year-olds, Seals for 6-9-year-olds and Dolphins for 10-12-year-olds. There are also late-night childcare programmes that run until 1.30am for parents who want to have the evening to them.
Visit the Mandara Spa and enjoy a range of rejuvenating treatments, from hot stone massages to revitalising facials. You’ll also find hair treatments, manicures, pedicures and foot therapies which will leave you looking and feeling great. To further your spa experience, you will have the chance to participate in the Mandara’s own fitness programmes, including Pilates, yoga and indoor cycling.
Also onboard are basketball courts, a jogging track and a fitness centre complete with plenty of cardio and weight training equipment. Get those muscles pumping with a boxing class or defy gravity on the climbing wall. There are so many opportunities to keep active on Norwegian Escape!
Treat yourself to a new outfit, jewellery, perfume and more, or pick up some gifts for friends and family back home at one of the onboard shops. If you’re an art fan, you can browse some of the fantastic pieces in the art gallery and bid for your favourites in one of the art auctions. For a unique look into the workings of the Norwegian Escape, you can book a behind the scenes tour. Here, you’ll get an insight into the day to day running of the ship, as well as a glimpse into the ‘Staff Only’ areas.
Nice ship but very noisy passengers. More suitable for groups or parties not couples.
I was lucky enough to experience the brand new Norwegian ship last week in all her glory. Being that it was the first Norwegian ship I had been on I had no idea what to expect. My first impression was WOW, she was tastefully decorated with a gorgeous atrium area. The food was super, self-service buffet had lots of choice. The freedom style of dining for the evenings can mean long queues so they give you a buzzer and buzz you once a table is ready OR TOP TIP you can pre-book a certain time. We dined in the Manhattan room, this was like a New York club with a live band and saxophonist playing while you eat. The food was excellent quality we all agreed and great choices too, I had lobster! For KIDS – The water park and water slides look like so much fun, there are video arcades and sports courts. There is a Teen area and all the usual kiddies clubs however what is brand new is the high ropes on the top deck, a bit like GO APE – perfect ship for families. Staterooms were really nice, I had a Balcony which was very spacious, more so than the Royal Princess and Britannia balcony staterooms. One point is I would say its worth getting a drinks package as drinks are expensive. (The Sugarcane Mojito bar was a favourite though!) Also worth noting, passengers in STUDIO cabins get access to a singles lounge similar to the Epic. Staff were friendly and overall impression was FAB SHIP!!!