Photos: Norwegian Breakaway Float Out

Norwegian Breakaway was floated out this morning at Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany, after spending 17 months under construction in dock II.

The tugboat hooks a line to the bow of Norwegian Breakaway.
The tugboat hooks a line to the bow to guide Norwegian Breakaway.

The 145,000-ton vessel will undergo a series of tests over the next few weeks in preparation for her transatlantic crossing and year-round deployment from NYC, offering guests Caribbean and Bermuda sailings.

Norwegian Breakaway guided out of dock II.
Norwegian Breakaway guided out of dock II.

 

The 4,000-guest vessel will boast some of the best dining features at sea complete with Celebrity Chefs and some of Broadway’s hottest shows.

Norwegian Breakaway slowly emerging from dock II.
Norwegian Breakaway slowly emerging from dock II.

The hull was painted by New York-based artist Peter Max.

Norwegian Breakaway
Almost out!

The ship’s conveyance down River Ems and into the North Sea is scheduled to take place early March.

Hello Norwegian Breakaway!
Hello Norwegian Breakaway!

 

Photo: Meyer Werft webcam

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