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Norwegian Cruise Line has unveiled what its mega-ship under construction, the Norwegian Epic, will looNCL-NorwegianEpick like.

The 153,000-ton, 4,200-passenger, 19-deck ship is scheduled to be completed in May 2010.

Did you ever think you'd be pushing a button for the 19th floor in a cruise ship elevator? Would you even think about taking the stairs?

NCL said travel agents would be able sell room blocks for group bookings later this month. Cruises are scheduled to go on sale to the public this spring.

The ship will debut in the U.K. in May 2010 with inaugural Europe cruises. Then the Epic will sail year-round Caribbean cruises out of Miami, starting in the sNCL-NorwegianEpicSidewaysummer.

Additional details about the Norwegian Epic will be released in the coming months, NCL said.

To date, NCL has revealed that the Epic will have a nightclub scene that "rivals the experiences of Las Vegas, Ibiza, the Riviera and South Beach." Staterooms will have curved walls.

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