“Norwegian Cruise Line has been bringing guests to paradise for nearly 50 years,” said Andy Stuart, President and Chief Operating Officer for Norwegian Cruise Line. “With the expansion of our partnership with Margaritaville to our Breakaway Class ships, our guests will now be able to enjoy the island lifestyle before the ship has even left port.”
Margaritaville® at Sea will open Sept 18 aboard Norwegian Getaway in the former Flamingo Grill, and on October 9 aboard Norwegian Breakaway in the former Uptown Grill.
When Norwegian Breakaway debuted in 2013 she brought the best of New York City to sea with industry first innovations like The Waterfront, a full deck promenade of restaurants, bars and lounge space which enhances the guests’ connection with the ocean; high energy Broadway entertainment with Rock of Ages and Burn The Floor; a wide variety of accommodations offerings and much more. Norwegian Breakaway sails from New York year-round, during the winter months offering 7-day sailings to the Bahamas and Florida as well as Caribbean sailings up to 14-days visiting winter escapes, and 7-day sailings to Bermuda featuring three days there in port.
Norwegian Getaway, sister-ship for Norwegian Breakaway, sets sail from her home city of Miami and embodies the essence of the Magic City, the ship’s hull artwork was designed by Miami’s own David “LEBO” Le Batard and offers 26 dining options, two Broadway Shows, a thrilling Aqua Park with five heart-pounding slides, Splash Academy for kids and much more. Now through April 2017 Norwegian Getaway will sail 7-day Western Caribbean itineraries with alternating ports of call including Costa Maya, Mexico; Roatan, Honduras; Harvest Caye, Belize, the Caribbean’s new premier resort-style port of call that is being developed by Norwegian and due to open in November; and much more. In Summer 2017, Norwegian Getaway will return to Europe for the first time since her delivery in 2014, and sail the Baltic Capitals from Copenhagen, giving guests the opportunity to experience the ultimate in flexibility on 8- or 9-day cruises. The itinerary will allow guests to explore UNESCO World Heritage sites, take in the picturesque Baltic countryside, and experience the unique history, cultures and architecture of European cities, including Tallinn, Estonia; Helsinki, Finland; Stockholm, Sweden; Warnemünde, Germany which features shore excursion options to Berlin; along with an overnight in St. Petersburg, Russia.
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