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‘It’ Girl begins sea trials

Posted by Anita Dunham-Potter On September - 18 - 2007

Norwegian Gem leaves Meyer Werft and passes through the 148-foot wide opening of the lock just outside the shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Norwegian Cruise Line’s (NCL) Norwegian Gem left Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2007, and transited the River Ems to Eemshaven, Netherlands. The Gem is currently undergoing sea trials that are scheduled to wrap up on Sunday.

Following a series of European inaugural events and Mediterranean sailings in October and November, NCL will mark Norwegian Gem’s arrival in the U.S. with a two-night inaugural sailing from Boston on Dec. 13. The ship’s christening is set for Dec. 18 in New York, followed by another two-night inaugural event. Following the festivities the Norwegian Gem will sail roundtrip from New York this winter. Cruises are seven days to the the Bahamas and Florida, and 10 and 11 days to the Southern Caribbean.

Norwegian Gem is the hottest ship to hit the high seas, featuring incredible innovations and amenities that range from a four-lane ten-pin bowling alley and rock climbing wall to a variety of luxury accommodations, including Courtyard Villas, Garden Villas and two top-of-the-ship Deluxe Owner’s Suites. Gem features all the elements of NCL’s dynamic Freestyle Cruising fleet, including 10 restaurants, 13 bars and lounges, two swimming pools, a casino and much more.

Read more about the ‘It’ girl in our blog.

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