On November 11, Norwegian Cruise Line will return to New Orleans with Norwegian Breakaway offering 5 to 11 day cruises to the Caribbean.
The recently renovated Breakaway is the largest cruise ship to homeport in New Orleans, and is also the youngest at the port this season. The ship features 25 dining options, 22 bars and lounges, a water park with the fastest waterslide at sea, and a massive ropes course.
Following her renovation, the ship also debuted fresh staterooms and a new bar/lounge concept with Syd Norman’s Pour House. Modeled after rock houses such as CBGB’s, The Rainbow, and The Fillmore, Syd Norman’s is a tribute to the grandfather of “Rock of Ages” playwright Chris D’Arenso and boasts vintage décor, diner-style seating, signature cocktails, and a playlist of 60s to 80s classic rock.
Norwegian Breakaway will sail from New Orleans through April 12, 2019 offering 5, 7, 10, and 11-day western Caribbean cruises with stops including Costa Maya, Cozumel, Roatán, Belize City, and the company’s private destination Harvest Caye in Belize.
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