Thursday, August 2, 2012

Norwegian Spirit

Norwegian Spirit, IMO 9141065, port of LivornoThis 268-meter cruise ship was built in 1998 for Star Cruises at the Meyer Werft shipyard, in Germany. She was christened as “SuperStar Leo”.Norwegian Spirit, IMO 9141065, port of LivornoIn 2004 the vessel was transferred to the Norwegian Cruise Line and, after a short refit, became the “Norwegian Spirit”. She has a quite tormented history of small incidents.

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External links: Norwegian Spirit - Meyer Werft - Star Cruises - Norwegian Cruise Line (Wikipedia)

14 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Wonderful!

Halcyon said...

I don't want to be on a ship that's had any "incidents", big or small!

Jack said...

Whoa! This is a big one. I think it deserves the more dignified name of Norwegian Spirit. Leo is just a bit too informal. Kind of like taking a cruise on a ship named Skippy or Buster.

Randy said...

That would be a fun way to travel.

James Wei said...

Damn, I wish to be in one of these cruises when I retire as an old man

cieldequimper said...

As long as they are small incidents...

Traveling Hawk said...

Impressive like all this kind of ships but I am not reluctant to travel in this way.

Stefan Jansson said...

I guess all ships will have an incident or two.

Arianna said...

Nave sfortunata, meglio non salirci! Ciao, Arianna

Birdman said...

Friends of mine are honeymooning on the NCL "Epic" as I type this. So lucky!

Karl Demetz said...

Gorgeous ship, in any case...

Gunn said...

Lucky people!:)

Dina said...

May she have only smooth sailing from now on.

JM said...

The perspective on top is fantastic!