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Norwegian Cruise Line to Add Two New Ships

As part of their ongoing mission to renovate and improve their fleet, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings announced on January 8th that they will be adding two new ships to their line in 2022 and 2025. These completely new ships are in addition to the $100 million renovations to their four Regatta-class ships, announced last year.

The two new ships will each hold 1,200 passengers. They will be added to Norwegian’s premium line, Oceania, and become part of Oceania’s Allure class. The ships will be built by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri, at a price of $650 million each.

The ongoing renovations, which should be completed by 2020, are also to the Oceania line. Miami design firm Studio DADO is a part of these renovations. In addition to Oceania, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings also owns Norwegian Cruise Line, a contemporary line, and Regent, a luxury line.