April 1, 2009 – Norwegian Cruise Line today unveiled the first images of its new 153,000-gross ton, 4,200-passenger Norwegian Epic, the company’s largest and most innovative Freestyle Cruising ship to date.
The ship will feature the most recognizable names in eating and travel.
This is being done to make the average American passenger enjoy the new ship, feel at home and not out of place. There is no reason to know haute cuisine because everything on the Norwegian Epic will be based on nouvelle fast food.
Olive Garden will provide the carefree gourmet extra priced restaurants.
The elegant shops and shipboard boutiques will be under the direction of Walmart, Big Lot and the 99 Cent Stores.
The ship will feature oversize chairs, accommodations and buffets to accommodate the average oversized American. This will include gigantic hot tubs that are wave proof.
Buffet will feature 24-hour dining. A contest will be operated on the Norwegian Epic to reward passengers consuming the most calories daily.
Deck chairs will be made out of steel to accommodate oversize Americans.
Dining room chairs will be able to hold people up to a size 55 inch waist.
Hot tub will have extra wide stairways to accommodate the average American.
Currently under construction at STX Europe in St. Nazaire, France, the contemporary, balcony-rich, 19-deck Norwegian Epic will be 1,068 feet long, 133 feet wide, with a draft of 28.5 feet when completed in May 2010.