Breakaway made her debut back to the Big Apple on Sunday, September 26, when she welcomed passengers back for the first time in over a year.
Onboard, travellers can enjoy a wealth of experiences such as world-class dining across 16 restaurants, 20 bars and lounges, and Broadway-style entertainment including “Six: The Musical,” which premiered on Breakaway before hitting the Broadway stage in March 2020.
Setting sail from NYC's Manhattan Cruise Terminal, the vessel will offer week-long cruises to Bermuda through October 31, which includes overnights at King's Wharf/Royal Naval Dockyard, allowing passengers 3 full days to explore Bermuda's historic sites, warm up on the pink sand beaches, and immerse themselves in the culinary scene of the tropical destination.
On November 7, NCL Breakaway ship repositions to New Orleans (Port NOLA), following a 14-day trip to the Caribbean with visits to Puerto Plata, Willemstad, Oranjestad, Colon, Puerto Limon, George Town Grand Cayman, and Cozumel.
Breakaway is the 6th of NCL’s 17-ship fleet to redeploy since July 25th, when Norwegian Jade was the first ship to set sail with 7-day itineraries to the Greek Isles following a 500-day suspension due to the COVID crisis.