The Norwegian Breakaway is one of the most attractive ships in Norwegian’s line of cruise ships. The Breakaway features a variety of spots for people to enjoy while heading out on a cruise.
The ship is all arranged to feature a unique New York style to it all. The ship has a series of different accents and tones around its body to create a New York look to it all. In fact, the hull has a beautiful New York-inspired design that was created by artist Peter Max.
The Norwegian Breakaway is designed with the ability to handle four thousand passengers in a series of double occupancy rooms. The rooms include a series of options ranging from suites to traditional indoor rooms. There are even standard studio rooms that can handle one person each. The rooms are scattered around several decks. The large 1,062 foot length of the ship makes it easy for the rooms to be evened out alongside each other.
The ship is home to a large variety of spots for people to enjoy. The most visible feature on the Breakaway is the Aqua Park. This is a large water park located on the outside at the top deck of the ship. It features five different water slides, four hot tubes and two large swimming pools.
The Sports Complex is also on an outdoor part of the ship. This spot features a ropes course alongside many other athletic courts for people to engage in.
There are some events for kids to enjoy as well. The Splash Academy for kids up to twelve years of age is popular while the Entourage club for kids up to seventeen offers a lounge environment with a number of games for kids to play.
The adults on the ship will particularly enjoy the Bliss Ultra Lounge. The bar is open at nights and offers a full dance floor.
Several dining establishments are set up throughout the Norwegian Breakaway. These are supported by many of the nearly 1,595 people who work on the ship. In fact, the dining spots at the Breakaway are ones that cater to all sorts of interests.
There’s the high-end Cagney’s Steakhouse, for instance. This is a formal steakhouse that offers not only steaks but also crab cakes. Le Bistro French Restaurant is also notable as is Teppanyaki, a Japanese Hibachi restaurant. There is also a traditional Irish pub in O’Sheehan’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill and the Raw Bar, a relaxed place that offers a variety of seafood options.
Several bars are also included along the Breakaway. There’s Bar 21, a bar that is located right next to the casino on board the Breakaway. The Ice Bar is also notable for its chilled appearance. There is also Maltings, a bar that features a variety of fine spirits.
These features on the Norwegian Breakaway will be accessible to people starting in the summer of 2013. It will be embarking from New York and will go to the Bahamas with winter trips available to Florida and other surrounding areas.