4,000-Passenger Ship To Make First Nassau Visit

NEW York’s largest cruise ship the Norwegian Breakaway will make its inaugural visit to Nassau tomorrow.

The 4,000-passenger capacity ship will be greeted by a delegation that includes Prime Minister Perry Christie and Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe.

From her berth at the New York Passenger Ship Terminal in Manhattan, Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest vessel will make seven-night cruises to Bermuda, May through September, and seven-night cruises to the Bahamas and Florida, October through April.

Describing it as Norwegian’s “newest and most spectacular ship,” chief executive officer Kevin Sheehan said: “The incredible attractions and adventurous tours offered in the Greater Orlando area rival the world-class dining and high-calibre entertainment we offer on board.”

Norwegian Breakaway features 29 dining options, including restaurants from Food Network Star and Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian, and Master Baker Buddy Valastro, star of TLC’s “Cake Boss”; three Broadway shows; an ice bar; a weekly fireworks show at sea; and the largest Aqua Park and ropes course at sea, including five water slides. Her signature hull art, designed by legendary artist Peter Max, brings the energy of the Big Apple to the ship wherever she sails.


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