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Cruise news Blog post July 31, 2015
Norwegian Escape approaches Norwegian's private island of Harvest Caye.

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Norwegian Escape approaches Norwegian's private island of Harvest Caye.

Norwegian Escape's signature hull art comes to life with Guy Harvey

Celebrated marine life artist brings his vision of the Caribbean to Norwegian Escape

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Famed marine wildlife artist Guy Harvey laid eyes upon his largest canvas to date for the first time this week – the hull artwork on the new Norwegian Escape, debuting this November in Miami. 

Currently being built in Meyer Werft in Germany, Norwegian Escape is Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship, the largest in the company’s history. Norwegian Escape represents an evolution of the line’s innovative history of providing guests with the freedom and flexibility to enjoy their ideal cruise holiday. The ship yard visit took place as Harvey’s artwork is now beginning to take shape, bringing to life his perspective of the spectacular Caribbean marine life on the expansive canvas of Norwegian Escape’s hull. 

Spanning more than 300 metres in length from bow to stern, the custom-designed artwork features a scene of marine wildlife which blends two underwater seas seamlessly together. Featuring Harvey’s signature sailfish, the design also showcases key Caribbean sea life including sting rays, sea turtles, whale sharks and a variety of tropical fish.


Walter Christen's insight:

This latest hull painting design for the Norwegian Escape is stunning. Guy Harvey is not only one of the best wildlife artists, but is also a champion of ocean conservation. 

I also found it very interesting on how they do the hull painting. 



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