Launched in 2014 and sister ship to Norwegian Breakaway, Norwegian Getaway has been designed to combine the innovations of Norwegian Epic, their largest ship, with the aesthetics and style of their popular Jewel class ships. At 144,017 tonnes, the ship carries approximately 4,000 passengers and offers a vast array of contemporary, comfortable staterooms, delicious dining options and evening entertainment that will treat you to something different each night of the cruise. What's more, courtesy of innovative The Haven, guests can choose an even more exclusive cruise and enjoy everything from a private pool and sundeck to in-suite table service.
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From the Freestyle dining made famous throughout the fleet to the elegant, private dining of The Haven, Norwegian Getaway offers a superb selection of cuisine. As well as the main dining rooms, there is also a selection of alternate dining options, including several of the cruise line's most popular venues from the Norwegian Epic and Jewel Class ships.
NCL are renowned for their entertainment, whether it’s performances of the Blue Man group or enjoying a perfectly made Martini. With the most popular innovations, acts and venues from the current fleet, mixed in with a few surprises, Norwegian Getaway has more than enough to keep everyone entertained once the sun goes down. There is a variety of choice with lounge bars and show venues, a signature nightclub and of course, a casino.
|Syd Norman’s Pour House||Rock ‘n’ roll|
|Atrium Bar||People watching|
|Bar 21||Having a drink and a break from the casino|
|Bliss Ultra Lounge||Dancing the night away|
|Chill Bar||Refreshing cocktails|
|Headliners Comedy Club||A night of laughter|
|Mixx||Cocktails in a hip setting|
|O’Sheehan’s Neighborhood Bar||The feel of an Irish pub|
|Skyy Vodka Ice Bar||Tasty drinks at minus 17 degrees|
|Spice H20||Partying under the stars|
|Sugarcane Mojito Bar||Mojitos!|
As with all of Norwegian Cruise Lines’ new ships, Norwegian Breakaway boasts a superb spa and fitness area. With a diversity of accommodations, from standard staterooms to the luxurious Haven, there is a selection of great facilities, superb treatments and wonderful staff at your disposal.
The Mandara Spa offers couples hot stone massages, a variety of treatments or the chance to relax in a hydrotherapy suite. From acupuncture to a manicure or pedicure, the award-winning spa offers a place of relaxation and tranquillity.
With Norwegian Cruise Lines renown for their Freestyle Cruising promise, expect a fantastic array of recreational activities. Whether it's taking a dip in the pool, stretching your legs in the sports courts or practicing your swing in the golf simulator, you can be assured the options will feel endless.
If you are looking for something a little more relaxed, then look out for a well-stocked library, a selection of enrichment programmes and maybe even an art gallery. The will also likely be a wonderful cafe culture-inspired coffee bar, a card room and of course, boutique shopping.
Ship was very good and most of the staff were pleasant and polite. The food was excellent, shore trips are expensive, gratuities expensive, the drinks package is very good, WiFi is expensive for the amount of time you get. Overall the cruise is a well-oiled machine; there's a well-planned time table. I prefer the smaller ships and adults only, glad I did the cruise but not sure I will go with Norwegian again.
Spacious cabin, friendly crew, many bars and restaurants, the food was excellent, and the entertainment was varied and plentiful. The ship was very clean and tidy though there was a shortage of seating in and around the bar areas. Children’s areas are excellent. Embarking and disembarking was easy. The drinks and specialty dining packages were excellent value. However as with all cruise lines the gratuity charges are scandalous.
Fantastic huge ship. So many places to eat, and the speciality restaurants are well worth the extra charge (book a package before sailing) Entertainment is plentiful and enjoyable, the illusionarium show is a must see! Loads of bars, good service and hardly any wait even at busy times. Didn't use the pool or water slides but they looked really good and seemed busy. Overall I loved this cruise, my only negative is that you can't walk to the front of the ship on the top decks as its closed off for "Vybe Club" which is a bit disappointing.
Thoroughly enjoyed the Baltic cruise. A little forward planning, ie booking shows & restaurants before we went meant no disappointments. The food was really good in all venues and the staff extremely pleasant. The only slight criticism is that due to the layout of the ship there were not many places with free seating in the smaller bar areas.