Norwegian Dawn

Norwegian Dawn

Built by the German shipyard Meyer Werft, the Norwegian Dawn entered service for Norwegian Cruise Line in 2002.

As its sister-ship Norwegian Star, the Norwegian Dawn was originally ordered by Star Cruises and was to be named SuperStar Scorpio. However, before its completion, Star decided to transfer the ship to NCL, which was, at the time, its subsidiary.

As Norwegian Dawn, the vessel was named by the actress Kim Cattrall, in New York. She introduced the concept of hull art, which was later added to the entire fleet.


Ship Specifications:
Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line
Cruise Ship: Norwegian Dawn
Shipyard: Meyer Werft
Year Built: 2002
Tonnage: 91,000
Passengers: 2,200
Crew: 1,032
Length: 292 meters

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