Norwegian Breakaway

Norwegian Breakaway

The Norwegian Breakaway is the first Breakaway-class ship built for Norwegian Cruise Line. It entered service in 2013, after being built in Germany.

The ship was built for year-round service from New York City, which reflects on the public areas and the décor. The hull art, designed by Peter Max, also shows NYC refences.

The name “Breakaway” was chosen during a public contest in 2011. The ship’s godmothers are The Rockettes, a dance company.


Ship Specifications:
Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line
Cruise Ship: Norwegian Breakaway
Shipyard: Meyer Werft
Year Built: 2013
Tonnage: 144,000
Passengers: 4,000
Crew: 1,657
Length: 325.64 meters

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