I'm guessing the cruise-ship-riding populace is not our core audience, but after reading that Norwegian Cruise Lines won the Travel & Leisure Design Awards 2011 for Best Transportation I started poking around their site. The photo galleries on NCL's site show that the rooms (designed by product, transportation and environments design firm Priestmangoode) are expectedly sumptuous, but what I really dug was that they show all the floorplans, from the cheapest "studio" room (below) up to the super-expensive penthouses (above).
While it's not exactly ApartmentTherapy, the floorplans do show how to cram a lot of stuff into a really tight space using angles and curves, and occasionally inside a non-rectangular footprint. The NCL website makes it impossible to see all of the floorplans at once, so we've pulled them down for you to see here. Hit the jump for the rest of 'em.
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