Norwegian Breakaway spends the summer months in the Baltic Sea
Wiesbaden - May 11, 2018
Norwegian Breakaway in Tallinn (Estonia)
Season opener: Norwegian Breakaway departs Copenhagen today for her maiden voyage through the Baltic Sea. The ship, which was built at Meyer Werft in Germany in 2013, will visit Warnemünde/Rostock, Tallinn, St. Petersburg (overnight), Helsinki and Stockholm (Nynäshamn) on 9-day cruises during the 2018 summer season. Norwegian Breakaway, which accommodates around 4,000 passengers, is one of five Norwegian Cruise Line ships cruising Europe this summer.
"We are very pleased to have a Breakaway-class ship in the Baltic Sea again this year. With Norwegian Breakaway we can offer our guests cruises to the most beautiful Baltic cities on one of the most modern ships in the world," said Kevin Bubolz, Managing Director Europe, Norwegian Cruise Line.
Guests will find a wide variety of accommodations for every taste aboard Norwegian Breakaway, from studio staterooms for solo travellers to family staterooms for larger groups or the luxurious suites of The Haven by Norwegian®. In addition, Norwegian Cruise Line provides an excellent entertainment programme on the ship as well as the entire fleet. In the Spiegel Tent, for example, guests can experience aerialists, acrobats, and jugglers as part of the Cirque Dreams® Jungle Fantasy dinner show or first-class dancers in the Burn the Floor dance show at the Breakaway Theater. There are also 27 dining options and 22 bars and lounges on board.
As on all ships of the fleet, guests enjoy Premium All Inclusive on Norwegian Breakaway. In addition to a large selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, speciality coffees in all restaurants during meals and service charges for all included services, the cruise fare now also includes 60 minutes of Internet per guest since February 2018. Guests staying at The Haven receive additional extras including, for example, $100 of on-board credit or dining packages at speciality restaurants, which otherwise require cover charges.
About Norwegian Cruise Line Norwegian Cruise Line is the innovator in cruise travel with a 51-year history of breaking the boundaries of traditional cruising. Most notably, Norwegian revolutionized the cruise industry by offering guests the freedom and flexibility to design their ideal cruise vacation on their schedule with no set dining times, a variety of entertainment options and no formal dress codes. Today, Norwegian invites guests to enjoy a relaxed, resort-style cruise vacation on some of the newest and most contemporary ships at sea with a wide variety of accommodations options, including The Haven by Norwegian®, a luxury enclave with suites, private pool and dining, concierge service and personal butlers. Norwegian Cruise Line sails around the globe, offering guests the freedom and flexibility to explore the world on their own time and experience up to 27 dining options, award-winning entertainment, superior guest service and more across all of the brand's 16 ships. Recently, the line was named "Europe's Leading Cruise Line" for the tenth consecutive year, "World's Leading Large Ship Cruise Line" for the sixth consecutive year, the "Caribbean's Leading Cruise Line" for the fifth consecutive year, as well as "World's Leading Cruise Line" and "North America's Leading Cruise Line" both for the second straight year by the World Travel Awards. Norwegian's next new build, the highly anticipated Norwegian Bliss, will be delivered in April 2018 featuring many firsts-at-sea for the global market including the largest race track at sea, award-winning Broadway entertainment, two observation lounges for guests to enjoy stunning ocean and glacier views and more. Norwegian will introduce an additional new "Breakaway Plus" Class cruise ship in 2019 and has four additional ships on order for delivery beginning in 2022, with an option to introduce two more ships in 2026 and 2027.
Jennifer Oettel / Kristina Heinrichs / Veronika Bahnmann