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The as-yet-unnamed first cruise ship in Norwegian Cruise Line's Leonardo Class of ships is scheduled for delivery in November 2022. The ship will be smaller than the Breakaway and Breakaway-Plus class ships, carrying 3,300 passengers versus more than 4,000.

Though very little is known about the ship, a rendering reveal in 2018 showed a ship with a wider Waterfront and Miami-condo-style aft cabins.

Additionally, the ship will have a pointy bow, which will improve its flow through the water.

The ship will be built at a Fincantieri shipyard in Italy.

Five more ships in the Leonardo class will be delivered between 2023 and 2027.

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