MS Norwegian Epic ****/* was built in 2010 and is currently the world's 3rd largest cruise ship at 330m length, 19 storeys high and up to 4.100 passengers with 1.700 staff.
Barcelona - Ponta Delgada (Acores) - Virgin Islands - Miami
Repositioning Cruises such as the Transatlantic Crossing are exceptionally good value for money.
The Norwegian Epic
Crossing the Atlantic from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean at the end of the summer
A typical single cabin
The posh bar for suite owners
The "haven" pool and spa for suite owners
Huge *** deck areas with a spectacular aqua park for the kids
Onboard entertainment with the highlight show Blue Man Group
Of course there is also a large casino
A well-equipped fitness studio
One of 5 outside jaccuzis
Excellent cuisine thanks to the Austrian star chef
The very important Humidor Cigar Lounge
A constant Germ Mania is being fought.
The typical American security and immigration stuff can't be avoided either
In the Bridge Viewing Lounge during the only day of storm before the Acores.
Moored at Ponta Delgada Harbour, Acores
A satellite phone will save money on the high cell roaming or onboard phone charges
Every second day has 25 hours heading west into the sun
In the Caribbean
I wanted to see a rogue freak wave but the waters were almost always calm
With 3 other mega cruise ships in beautiful Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Private side step to Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Finally in Miami after 5.000 nautical miles and 12 days at sea