The Norwegian Breakaway due to launch in April 2013 will offer guests a new ‘Waterfront’
In addition to this, they are adding an area called ‘678 Ocean Palace’ which includes an oceanfront boardwalk lines with shops, restaurants and bars combined with three decks of dining, bars, entertainment, gaming and more.
Kevin Sheehan, Norwegian Cruise Line's chief executive officer said: "With our newest ship, Norwegian Breakaway, we are continuing our tradition of innovation with a brand new ship design that will provide our guests with a unique experience unlike anything else at sea,"
"The heart of Norwegian Breakaway and the elements that truly set it apart are The Waterfront and 678 Ocean Place. Guests will enjoy al fresco dining while admiring the beauty of the ocean, along with the excitement and exhilaration of three expansive action-packed decks, as everything is designed to flow seamlessly."
This bold new move comes as NCL Cruises continue to drive forward bookings and give guests exactly what they want from their cruise holiday. The cruise line has been surveying customers to get an idea of what to put on their brand new vessel.
In a recent guest survey, our guests chose a seafood restaurant as the number one type of restaurant they would like on board our ships," said Sheehan. "We listened to that feedback when planning the dining on Norwegian Breakaway and will launch Ocean Blu as our newest signature restaurant concept."
The 4,000-passenger ship will be based in New York where it will sail a seven-day itinerary to the Bahamas and Florida as well as 12-day southern Caribbean cruises.
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