Built-in 2013, Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Breakaway was set to change contemporary cruising forever. As the poster-child for the new Breakaway class of ships, she brought high expectations for the future and she didn’t disappoint.
Inside, Norwegian Breakaway offers a vast number of restaurants, shows and entertainment venues that will keep you going into the early hours of the night. The freestyle aspect sets it apart from its competitors, meaning you can do what you want, when you want. There are many added extras that can improve your cruising experience while there are also quiet areas where you can relax.
Breakaway cruises around the Bahamas, Canada, New England and the Caribbean. Carrying almost 4,000 guests, she is one of many Norwegian ships to visit the famed Harvest Caye (Norwegian Cruise Line’s privately owned island).
The most striking feature of the ship is arguably the artwork that you can find on the hull, as with all Norwegian Cruise Line vessels. This particular design was created by Peter Max, an American artist famed for using bright colours, and depicts the iconic statue of liberty and New York’s skyscrapers.
Since her launch in 2013, she has become an instant success for couples cruising.