Cruise Ship Tracker - Where is Norwegian Escape Now?

March 11, 2024

Cruise Ship Tracker

View NORWEGIAN ESCAPE current position, recent track, speed, course, next port destination and estimated time of arrival (ETA) in our cruise ship tracker. This page is updated frequently using information received from AIS.

The state-of-the-art Norwegian Escape was built in 2015 and is part of the Breakaway Plus class. She is a big, beautiful ship that offers everything you need for an amazing vacation. From deluxe Studio and balcony cabins to the expansive Haven Suites, she has something for everyone. You can also play a round of golf on the largest course at sea or test your skills on the ropes course. Or, if you prefer to relax, head to the Mandara Spa.

You'll never be bored on Escape. The ship is brimming with entertainment like Broadway-quality performances at the Stardust Theater. There's also Hearliners Comedy Club, the first-at-sea Margaritaville and more. Then there's the food. Whether you're craving Latin cuisine or an incredible brewpub, there is plenty to choose from.

Originally, Escape was scheduled to sail a 7-night Eastern Caribbean itinerary from her homeport of Miami in November 2015. However, the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on tourism impacted NCL's plans, and the cruise was canceled. NCL rescheduled the itinerary to take place in spring 2023 from either Miami or Port Canaveral, sailing to the Caribbean. The ship will then return to Miami in fall 2024 to operate week-long itineraries to Bermuda and the Maritimes.


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