Norwegian Escape to Sail With Lacoste and Carolina Herrera Boutiques

norwegian escapeNorwegian Cruise Line has announced that Norwegian Escape will offer guests boutiques from Lacoste and Carolina Herrera when the ship sails on its maiden voyage in November. 

The two boutiques will be the first at sea for each brand, as well as the first to be designed specifically for a Norwegian Cruise Line ship. These new offerings are the latest of several that guests can expect from the new ship, with other alliances including Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville; James Beard Award-winning Iron Chef Jose Garces; Michael Mondavi Family Wines; Tony Award-winning Broadway musicals After Midnight and Million Dollar Quartet; and more.

Famous for its iconic polo shirt, Lacoste offers sportswear apparel for men and women, as well as footwear, eyewear, watches, fragrances, leather goods, and other items. The Lacoste boutique aboard Norwegian Escape will include a wide assortment of clothing items, including signature polos, t-shirts, dresses, skirts, footwear, and accessories.

The Carolina Herrera boutique aboard Norwegian Escape will include hand-selected luxury products, including handbags, leather goods, pashminas, scarves, jewelry, footwear and accessories.

In addition to dedicated boutiques, Norwegian Escape will offer further retail from brands including, but not limited to, Hublot, Bvlgari, Tissot and Uno de 50. The ship will be the first to introduce Ulysse Nardin watches, as well as a collection of Columbian Emeralds, also exclusive to Norwegian Escape.

Soon to be the largest ship in the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet, Norwegian Escape will sail weekly seven-day cruises from its year-round homeport of Miami to the Eastern Caribbean beginning on November 14. The 164,600 gross ton ship will be the largest ever to home port year-round in Miami, carrying 4,200 guests to tropical Caribbean destinations including St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; Tortola, British Virgin Islands and Nassau, Bahamas.


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