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Whoa, that's awesome! Have you heard or seen anything about the names of the Leonardo ships? 

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3 hours ago, ondray2023 said:

Whoa, that's awesome! Have you heard or seen anything about the names of the Leonardo ships? 

 

I have posted some hints in another earlier thread.

 

 

Edited by Cruise Wonderland

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4 hours ago, ondray2023 said:

Whoa, that's awesome! Have you heard or seen anything about the names of the Leonardo ships? 

 

normally, the name of the class of ship is the name of the 1st ship.

ie: dawn class = dawn

jewel class = jewel

breakaway class = breakaway

thus Leonardo class = Leonardo, followed by Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael, and April.  :)

 

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3 hours ago, fstuff1 said:

 

normally, the name of the class of ship is the name of the 1st ship.

ie: dawn class = dawn

jewel class = jewel

breakaway class = breakaway

thus Leonardo class = Leonardo, followed by Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael, and April.  🙂

 

To be accurate, this is not the Leonardo Class. It is only Project Leonardo.

 

Similar example can be found in Royal Caribbean.

Their Quantum Class were originally known as Project Sunshine.

But the first ship was not named as Sunshine of the Seas.

 

Hence the "project name" and the "name of the class" can be different.

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3 hours ago, Cruise Wonderland said:

To be accurate, this is not the Leonardo Class. It is only Project Leonardo.

 

Similar example can be found in Royal Caribbean.

Their Quantum Class were originally known as Project Sunshine.

But the first ship was not named as Sunshine of the Seas.

 

Hence the "project name" and the "name of the class" can be different.

 

interesting.. but thats rcl.

has ncl done that in the past?

 

was the Breakaway class named Project xxx first?

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13 minutes ago, fstuff1 said:

 

interesting.. but thats rcl.

has ncl done that in the past?

 

was the Breakaway class named Project xxx first?

Breakaway Class was still Project Breakaway.

https://cruiseradio.net/norwegian-cruise-line-unveils-project-breakaway-staterooms/

 

And Norwegian Epic was originally known as F3 Project (but surely it can't be named as Norwegian F3).

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13 hours ago, fstuff1 said:

 

normally, the name of the class of ship is the name of the 1st ship.

ie: dawn class = dawn

jewel class = jewel

breakaway class = breakaway

thus Leonardo class = Leonardo, followed by Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael, and April.  🙂

 

 

Norwegian Leonardo, Norwegian Michelangelo, Norwegian Donatello, Norwegian Raphael etc all sound nice? Right?

 

nope nope nope

 

😵😵

 

Edited by bluesea777

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7 hours ago, fstuff1 said:

 

interesting.. but thats rcl.

has ncl done that in the past?

 

was the Breakaway class named Project xxx first?

 

The Norwegian Escape was known as Project Seahawk before being officially named as Norwegian Escape. 

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3 hours ago, bluesea777 said:

 

Norwegian Leonardo, Norwegian Michelangelo, Norwegian Donatello, Norwegian Raphael etc all sound nice? Right?

 

nope nope nope

 

😵😵

 

I believe the Star was actually built first, but because it wasn't originally supposed to be built for NCL they didn't name the class after it

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3 hours ago, bluesea777 said:

 

Norwegian Leonardo, Norwegian Michelangelo, Norwegian Donatello, Norwegian Raphael etc all sound nice? Right?

 

nope nope nope

 

😵😵

 

 

Seems like they would probably all have good Italian restaurants.  Maybe even have some good turtle soup.

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FreestyleNovice thank you so much for starting this thread! Loved the Encore thread & looking forward to all your posts. Finally something about cruising to get excited about 🤗

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If ncl is reading here and they need a good advice for a musical I would love to see &Juliet at the Leonardo ship. I love the soundtrack. 

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On 8/19/2020 at 9:33 PM, FreestyleNovice said:

A bit low res but this block of steel under the yellow gantry crane should be Leonardo 1, pic taken/posted in June.

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Hm on a 2nd thought, I am not sure if this is Leonardo. The ship in the background appears to be a Ponant ship, Tulcea shipyard delivered one in 2019. This might be a Virgin megablock perhaps?

 

The build in the foreground/background of this recently delivered ship, is that Leonardo? 

 

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Edited by FreestyleNovice

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Finciateri builds so many ships ( msc, Princess, Virgin getting big ships same year or before Leonardo) Hard to say, we need a expert for that ship yard. 

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14 hours ago, FLAHAM said:

Norwegian Sardine?

 

Norwegian Sardine - sounds fishy to me. (yuk, yuk).

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image.thumb.png.d3b00fd0a6b98ae3b4eae481976fa720.pngIn the recent video by Hapag-Lloyd showing the launch of Hanseatic Spirit, there is a large mega block of an unknown ship in the shipyard. I'm not sure if this is NCL Leonardo 1, or another cruise line's vessel.

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Nice. How old is this? The mega block looks to me like virgin, MSC ( evo seaside or how they name the class) or the Leonardo. 

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23 minutes ago, Steff79 said:

Nice. How old is this? The mega block looks to me like virgin, MSC ( evo seaside or how they name the class) or the Leonardo. 

 

MSC-Seashore-770x439_c.jpg

 

MSC Seashore floated out yesterday. 

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I think In 2022 is coming a sister to seashore. Msc ordered ships like others buys socks. 

Edited by Steff79

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At project miles they write in the brochure that 90% of the rooms have balcony. Hope

that there are some single studios with balcony at Leonardo. 

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