The one where Norwegian’s Project Breakaway suites were unveiled…

The Haven 2-Bedroom Family Villa - Bathroom

The balance of stateroom designs for Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway have recently been unveiled, blending the form and function of the line’s Jewel class ships with the modern design touches onboard Norwegian Epic.

Solo travellers will be catered for with 59 Studio staterooms which are specifically designed and priced for those sailing alone. Space has been increased with a separate sink and shower, a full size bed and a window to the corridor.

Passengers staying in a Studio stateroom are granted access to the Studio complex and exclusive two-deck Studio Lounge and Bar.

There are 28 Spa Balcony and 20 Spa Mini-Suite staterooms slated for both ships offering complimentary access to the Thermal Spa Suite during operating hours and easy access to the spa and fitness centre.

The large windowed Oceanview staterooms will be re-introduced on Breakaway and Getaway with 42 of the 158 on offer, Family Oceanviews. These will sleep up to five guests and come complete with a bath and double sink in the bathroom and a second wardrobe for additional storage.

Family Mini-Suites, some of which feature a bath tub, will be located on decks 12 and 13 and are located near the children’s facilities.

449 Inside staterooms will feature two lower beds that can be easily converted to a queen-size with many staterooms inter-connecting to sleep up to four passengers.

Norwegian Breakaway will launch in April 2013 with her sister, Norwegian Getaway, following a year later in April 2014.

Click here to view the artist’s renderings of the Norwegian Project Breakaway ships.

What do you think about what has been presented thus far?

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One response to “The one where Norwegian’s Project Breakaway suites were unveiled…

  1. Pingback: The one where first steel was cut for Norwegian Breakaway… | Cruise In Review·

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