Norwegian Cruise Line has kicked off the holiday season in Big Apple fashion by unveiling a Norwegian Breakaway interactive exhibit in the Grand Lounge of New York’s historic Radio City Music Hall, featuring a 1:100 scale model of the 4,000 passenger ship. Guests attending the show have the opportunity to tour the exhibit to view the model and learn all about the ship’s unique attributes, entertainment, dining, destinations, and more.
|Norwegian Breakaway Exhibit|
The Rockettes, one of New York’s most illustrious and beloved icons, will christen Norwegian Breakaway as the official Godmothers on May 8, 2013, further strengthening the ship’s strong ties to New York. As the stars of the annual Christmas Spectacular production, the Rockettes entertain more than one million people at Radio City Music Hall each year and have played to 75 different cities across the country with the national touring production.
As part of their role as Godmothers, two Rockettes will sail aboard the first six sailings of Norwegian Breakaway, beginning May 12, 2013, and the first sailing of each month thereafter, taking part in special events for guests to enjoy. Onboard Norwegian Breakaway, the Rockettes, with their unparalleled grace, athleticism and precision technique that has made them part of the fabric of New York City for 85 years, will be showcased with a variety of offerings, including a historical retrospective in the ship’s library, exclusive fitness class designed by the Rockettes, featured beverages and more. On select sailings, guests will have the exclusive opportunity to meet two of the Rockettes.
To celebrate the holiday season and introduce Norwegian Breakaway’s legendary godmothers, Norwegian invites guests to experience the Rockettes’ dazzling performance first-hand and is offering a 25% savings on tickets to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, now through December 30, 2012. For more information, visit RadioCityChristmas.com/cruise and use promotional code “Cruise.”
For more information about the features onboard Norwegian Breakaway, visit Breakaway.NCL.com.
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