Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Norwegian Reveals Hull Art for Norwegian Joy

Since Norwegian Cruise Line stating covering the hulls of their ships with distinctive artwork, the details of the design have been eagerly anticipated, especially in the home port of each new ship.

The design usually has some connection to the home port or where the ship will sail, and the artist chosen to create the work has some connection to subject matter of the design.

Today, Norwegian Cruise Line released details of Norwegian Joy's hull art, and as the first ship NCL will dedicate to the market in China, the hull art was deep in symbolism for China.

Norwegian Joy's hull art was commissioned from Chinese artist Tan Ping.

The complete story appeared in the July 27 edition of Cruise News Daily.

Renderings are courtesy of Norwegian Cruise Line. All rights reserved. Many not be copied or used without express permission.