There is a thing called Google Translate. It is not perfect, but it does give you an pretty good idea.
In this case,some sections were built in Poland and transported by barge to the building yard in Norway.
Section building is a common way of doing things in the world of shipbuilding outside of USA. It make perfectly good sense since it is now possible to transport very large and heavy items across oceans relatively cheaply.
Both the America’s Finest ant the Tokatu are designed by Skipsteknisk AS here in Aalesund are very similar in size, type and equipment installed (ST116 XL & ST118 respectively)
Your continuous refr. to “building in Romania” is what VARD does. They own and operate yards there and tow the hulls to their yards in Norway, where machinery and equipment is installed, most of it made in Norway, as is a lot of equipment that goes into vessels built in USA.
But of course to spend millions extra to build foreign designed hulls in US yard, from imported steel (w/25% duty added) by imported workers, make total sense. (Just make sure no plates or members are shaped when imported)
Any idiot can see the logic in this, especially the Shipyard Management and Owners. who are mostly foreign companies anyhow. (Aker, Austral, BEA, Damen, Fincantieri etc.)